In what might be the best colourway of the Nike Adapt BB so far, the latest release of Nike’s self-lacing basketball sneaker draws inspiration by the iconic Nike Air Mag, from the Back To The Future franchise! These kicks bring the future to the present – and my latest review gives you a detailed look at them! Let me know what you think down below!
Watch my review of the “Black / Pure Platinum” Adapt BB here: https://youtu.be/psp_HiX0mkU
The future of footwear is here! The Nike Adapt BB incorporates what we once thought was mere fantasy into reality with a self-lacing system that be controlled via your smartphone! Designed as a performance basketball sneaker, and sold at a much more accessible price point, these were incredibly limited in Canada, but I managed to lineup and grab a pair!
Check out my in-depth review to learn more and share your thoughts down below!
The sixteenth signature sneaker for LeBron James dropped last month, and my latest review covers all aspects of it. Taking elements from the LeBron 15 but retooled for arguably better performance, take a deeper look at the “Fresh Bred” colourway and judge for yourself!
Nike and General Mills teamed up to release a Kyrie 4 “Cereal Pack”. My fave of the three was the “Lucky Charms” colourway, done in a vibrant crimson colour with the familiar marshmallow shapes found throughout the shoe. Check out my latest review and see how these look worn on feet!
Once only available as a player exclusive, Nike finally decided to unvault the iconic Air Zoom Generation QS in the “St. Vincent-St. Mary” colourway. Dressed in the colours of LeBron James’ high school, these feature the familiar green and gold hues and are a fitting celebration of James’ tremendous career thus far.
Watch my review of the Air Zoom Generation QS “First Game” here: https://youtu.be/fH7n7nbjlzs