Inspired by the renowned Air Max 1 “Lemonade” from the 2006 Powerwall collection, the “Limeade” Air Max 1 dropped last week in a similar design, but reversing the green and yellow hits on the shoe. Though they still sold out on the drop day, this is much more of a niche release, for those who really appreciate the Air Max 1 and its history. Check out my review for a closer look and to learn more about this pair!
Fragment Design and Jordan Brand have teamed up again, releasing a minimalistic take on the Air Jordan 3. Replacing the traditional elephant print with black full-grain leather, and a tumbled white leather upper, these have the sneaker community talking. Check out my detailed review for a closer look and to learn more about them!
My newest review covers the Air Jordan 3 Retro SE “Denim”. This clean pair of Jordan 3s replaces the traditional elephant print with Denim, and adds more uniqueness by including a translucent heel tab that showcases both Nike Air and Jumpman branding. Watch my video to get a good look at these up close, and let me know if you guys are feeling the look of this pair! Was this a cop or a drop?
Is this the Shoe of the Year? My latest review covers the highly anticipated Off-White x Air Jordan 4 “Sail”. This women’s release sees Virgil Abloh’s take on the Jordan 4 with the signature deconstructed look, along with the staples in his design we’ve come to love including translucent overlays, branded laces, and more. Watch my in-depth review for a closer look, and share your opinions on this pair down below!
This coming Saturday, August 15th, the Jordan 5 returns in an all-new “Alternate Bel-Air” colourway. The unofficial sequel to the 2013 release, these incorporate a white leather based upper with patterns and colours reminiscent of the 90s. Check out my detailed review for an early look and to see how these are on feet. Is this going to be a cop or a drop for you?
Last week, Jordan Brand released their latest women’s Air Jordan 1, this time nicknamed the “Satin Snake”. Taking the classic red, white and black colour scheme, they include a satin and faux snake skin leather twist to make these surely stand out. Check out my detailed review for a closer look and to see how these look on feet! Was this a cop or drop for you?
Originally releasing in 2001 as a Japan-exclusive that was limited to 2001 pairs, the Air Jordan 1 High CO.JP “Tokyo” re-released yesterday as a much wider general release nineteen years later. Done in a silver and grey colourway, these include slight changes to the standard Jordan 1 build including a jeweled Wings logo, and a leather tongue. Check out my review to see more!
Releasing in mid-July, the Air Jordan 1 High returned in the “Light Smoke Grey” colourway. Drawing comparisons to the “Black Toe” Union Jordan 1 for its split-coloured upper, these incorporate a neutral-toned base with a splash of red leather on the upper collar area. Check out my review for a closer look and to see these on feet!
The “Alternate Grape” Air Jordan 5 is set to drop in a week’s time on July 7th. Taking the colours from the OG “Grape” Jordan 5, this pair features a bold, purple suede upper, with splashes of turquoise and black to round it off. Check out my detailed review for an early look, and share your comments down below. Is this going to be a cop or drop for you?
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