Nike Air Max 1 “Pompidou by Day” Review

My latest pickup is the Nike Air Max 1 “Pompidou by Day” which celebrates the iconic Parisian building which the Air Max 1 was originally inspired by back in the late 80s. If you’re an Air Max fan, definitely check out my review to see all the details in this shoe and how they look on feet!

Nike LeBron x John Elliott Icon QS “White / Black” Review

My latest review covers a collab of two giants, as John Elliott creates a lifestyle take on Nike’s Lebron 8 silhouette to create the LeBron Icon. Released in limited numbers on August 4th, these feature the familiar translucent upper we’ve been seeing a lot with Nike drops lately. Check out my entire review and share your thoughts on them down below!

Parra x Nike Air Max 1 “Multicolour” Review

Renowned Dutch artist, Piet Parra, is back with another collaboration with Nike, headlined by the Air Max 1. These were a super limited drop, releasing July 21st in only one store in all of Canada (for men’s sizes). Luckily I got my hands on a pair and these are easily one of my fave drops in 2018! Check out my comprehensive review and share your thoughts below!

Nike Air Force 1 ’07 QS “Easter” Review

Despite missing the actual date, Nike released an Easter-inspired Air Force 1 in a very unique patchwork fashion. These feature a wide variety of materials and textures on the upper in a spring-appropriate pastel colour scheme! Check out my latest review to see more!

BAPE x Adidas Dame 4 “Green Camo” Review

The latest collaboration between Tokyo-based label BAPE, and Adidas is on the Dame 4 basketball model. Featuring green camo print and signature BAPE details, these were a limited release and a must-have for both fans of Adidas Basketball, as well as the iconic streetwear brand. Check out my latest review and see whether they are worthy of the hype!

Special shout out to Livestock for picking my name to win the raffle!

Feast or Famine?

I posed this question on my Instagram stories yesterday:

Should certain storied or classic shoes (think along the lines of Air Max 90 “Infrared”, Air Max 95 “Neon”, Air Jordan 1 “Bred”, Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement”) always be stocked on shelves and be available to purchase in stores akin to a general release? Or sold sparingly over the years in limited numbers?

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