The Jordan Brand holiday tradition of the Jordan 11 drop is set for December 12th with the “Jubilee” colourway! Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the silhouette, these Jordan 11s incorporate a clean and simple Black and White colour scheme. The addition of lettering on the eyelets changes things up a bit, and it’s finished off with the signature icy sole. Check out my review for an early look and grab yours in Canada from The Closet Inc.!
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My latest review covers the upcoming Air Jordan 1 “Black / Metallic Gold”, set to release November 30th! This colourway is constructed out of black and gold patent leather for a super shiny finish to them. Looking similar to the 2003 mid version, these incorporate a bit more gold to them, but generally have a similar look. Check out my review and enter the raffle at The Closet Inc. to pick yours up this Monday!
One of the original colourways of the Air Jordan 4 returns on November 28th in its OG form with “Nike Air” branding! A full leather upper, fire red coloured accents, and Nike Air cushioning within the midsole completes the look of this all-time classic. Check out my review for an early look, and let me know if this is a pair you’ll be going for or not!
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Going a bit under the radar, the “Varsity Royal” Air Jordan 3 finally released in North America in October, and I managed to pick one up for my latest review! Similar to the “Red Cement” pair from February, this time the Jordan 3 features a blue tumbled leather upper, the iconic elephant print, and Jordan branding to round out the design. Check out my review for a closer look and share your thoughts down below!
Berlin-based artist, Ruohan Wang, and Nike, joined forces releasing a collection of shoes, including the Air Force 1 that I’m reviewing today. Featuring Flyleather, which contains at least 50% recycled leather, these promote sustainability while incorporating a bold, custom graphic throughout the upper. Check out my review for a closer look and let me know your opinions on this shoe down below!
Teaming up with football club Paris Saint-Germain, Jordan Brand’s newest Air Jordan 4 released this past weekend. The PSG 4s take the traditional look of the Jordan 4s but incorporates a beautiful bordeaux colour to it, along with PSG branding throughout. Check out my review to get a closer look and share your thoughts on this pair down below! Was this a cop or a drop for you?
The Air Max III, more commonly known as the Air Max 90, returned in the original “Laser Blue” colourway! Recreated to be as close to the 1990 originals as possible, these were an amazing retro take by Nike. Watch my in-depth review to learn more about all the details, and drop a comment down below on how you feel about this pair!
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!