Dropping this past Air Max Day, the Nike Air Max 1 “Evolution of Icons” celebrates the legendary Air Max silhouettes that came before it in this mismatching “What The” styled shoe. Taking components of iconic colourways of past Air Max models like the “Infrared” Air Max 90, “Neon” Air Max 95, and “Silver Bullet” Air Max 97, these are a great pair to celebrate 34 years of Air Max. Check out my review to learn about all the details that went into this pair!
One of Nike’s top Valentine’s Day releases was the Air Force 1 Low QS “Love Letter”. This special edition pair features soft white leather, pink suede and a bold red leather swoosh to celebrate the holiday. Check out my review to learn more about these and to see how these look on feet! Was this a cop or drop for you?
My newest Nike SB pickup is the “Court Purple” SB Dunk Low, which mimics the colour blocking of the “Black Toe” Air Jordan 1, but replaces the signature red, with purple. These are a general release SB drop, so they should be trickling into skateshops in the next few weeks to come! Check out my review for an early look, and let me know if you’re feeling these down below!
Sacai and Nike’s latest collab, the Vaporwaffle, sees the mashup of two shoes once again – this time the Air Pegasus from 1983, with the Nike Vaporfly from the modern era. Releasing in two colours, I picked up the “Sail / Sport Fuchsia” pair, which has a strong retro vibe that reminds me of the Nike Cortez. Check out my review for an in-depth look and let me know if you’re feeling this pair down below!
Originally releasing in 2006 from the Air Max Powerwall collection, the “Lemonade” Air Max 1 Premium returns this week! With a yellow based upper with hints of green, these are a must have for hardcore Air Max fans out there. Check out my review for a closer look and to learn more about this pair!
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Releasing this past weekend, the Air Jordan 13 landed in stores in the “Lucky Green” colourway. Drawing similarities to the Ray Allen PE version from 2011, these incorporate tumbled white leather with hits of black and vibrant green to round out the look. Check out my review to learn more and leave a comment down below!
The Nike Dunk High returned true to its original form, with this colourway inspired by the Michigan State Spartans! The “Spartan Green” Dunks incorporate a full-grain leather upper in the classic colour blocking style. Check out my review for a closer look and let me know if you’re feeling these down in the comments below!
The Air Max 1 returned, true to OG form with the “Magma Orange” colourway. Constructed to be as close to the 1987 originals as possible, these include hits of Magma Orange on the upper for a fresh, summer-ready look. Check out my review for a detailed look and breakdown, and share your thoughts on these down below!