Earlier this year, Nike Basketball launched the all-new LeBron 20 silhouette with this “Time Machine” colourway. I recently picked them up and had to review them for you all! Opting for loud, vibrant tones of green and pink, these are a great pair to kick off The King’s twentieth signature sneaker. What do you think of these?
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Before his time with Nike, the late Kobe Bryant was an Adidas-sponsored athlete. His second last signature shoe, The Kobe, recently returned in retro form in the original “Stormtrooper” colourway. Check out my review of these 2000s-era basketball shoes and drop a comment down below if you’re a fan!
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It’s been a while since I’ve been this excited about a LeBron James signature sneaker! The Nike LeBron 20 recently debuted to a lot of anticipation as it is such a departure from past signature models. Being a low top model, it also eliminated the bulky look that LeBrons have been known for and was given a much sleeker setup with Zoom Turbo and Zoom Air on the forefoot and heel respectively. Check out my review and let me know your thoughts on this pair for The King!
The next Nike Kobe shoe set to release is the Kobe 6 Protro “Playoff Pack”. Originally releasing in April 2011, a decade later Nike Basketball is bringing them back in Protro form. Featuring a colour base of white, black and yellow, these were a must for me given its wearability and overall clean look. These release in North America on June 3rd, so let me know if you are going to be trying for them!
One of the greatest Kobe Bryant shoes of all time made its return this past Christmas Eve, in time for its 10th year anniversary. The “Grinch” Kobe 6 Protro dropped in limited numbers resulting in sell outs and “out of stocks” everywhere, showing how highly sought after this classic colourway is! Check out my review for a detailed look and breakdown and let me know if you guys managed to take home a pair or not!
Worn by the late Kobe Bryant during his sneaker free agency year in 2002-2003, the “Yellow Toe” Question Mid finally releases to the public this New Years Eve, 2020! Done in the familiar Lakers colours, these are a nod to two legends of the game, Iverson and Bryant! Check out my review for a closer look, and big thanks to Foot Locker Canada and Reebok Canada for the early oop!
Inspired by the Gary Payton PEs worn during his time as a LA Laker, Jordan Brand released the “University Gold” Air Jordan 12 this past weekend. Done in a simple black and yellow colour blocking, these are the first time we’ve seen anything like these drop to the public, and it makes sense they pretty much all sold out on release day. Check out video for a closer look and to see them on feet!
My latest video covers one of the most anticipated LeBron shoes in a hot minute! A few weeks back, Nike released the LeBron 7 “Media Day”, which was the pair worn famously by James during the NBA Media Day in Sept 2019. Check out my review to learn more about these mismatching shoes, and a look at how they are on feet!
My latest review covers the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro in the “Laser Orange” colourway. With a white leather upper and golden suede hits, the shoe is completed with purple patent leather to give it an LA Lakers or Alizé-vibe that is perfect for summer. A big thanks to Unheardofbrand for this pair! Check out my review and share your thoughts down below!