The fourth colourway of the “Tinker” series of Air Jordan 3s is inspired by the original Air Max 1. Combining two of Tinker Hatfield’s most iconic designs, these Jordan 3s adopt the classic White/Red makeup that the Air Max 1 is commonly known for. Check out my latest review to learn more, and share your opinions down below!
Arguably the greatest Kobe model of all time, the Kobe 4 is back in “Protro” form, with the “Draft Day” colourway honouring Kobe being drafted by the Hornets in the 1996 NBA Draft! Sticking true to the original, this model has always been one of my faves and I’m super stoked to review the first, of hopefully, many Kobe 4 Protros to drop in the future!
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!
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Nike Toronto held a Nike Air Gallery for four local artists, celebrating the Air Max 270 and also serving as a platform to showcase the artists’ creativity, passion and community. Held on Air Max Day, the space held a series of art installations, interactive stations for the public, and a chance to grab a variety of Nike-branded memorabilia for $3.26 each (get the reference?). Click below to see more photos from today’s media preview session!