Nike Dunk Low Premium “Halloween” Review

As Halloween approaches, Nike recently dropped a Dunk that’s fitting for the season. This Premium Dunk Low incorporates smooth sail leather and tumbled black leather, along with glow-in-the-dark graphics on the upper and a fully glowing sole. Check out my review for an in-depth look and to see how these are on feet!

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Nike Dunk Low “Georgetown” Review

The latest Nike Sportswear Dunk Low to drop adopts the familiar colour scheme of the Georgetown Hoyas! With a full leather construction, wolf grey and dark obsidian coloured panels give this pair a classic and very wearable look. Check out my review and let me know if you managed to scoop up a pair or not!

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Social Status x Nike Dunk Mid (Free Lunch) “Chocolate Milk” Review

Social Status’ “Free Lunch” collaboration with Nike kicked off a few weeks ago with the release of the Dunk Mid “Chocolate Milk”. Inspired by the milk given to underprivileged kids in the US through the government assistance program, this colourway implements a variety of materials like velvet, nubuck, and a jelly-like TPU Swoosh! Check out my review to see for yourself!

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Off-White x Nike Dunk Low “Lot 49” Review

Virgil Abloh’s recent Off-White x Dunk collection consists of 50 similar, but different variations of the iconic Nike silhouette. My latest review covers Lot 49, consisting of a white canvas and grey leather upper, atop a vintage yellowed coloured midsole. Check out my review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!

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Nike Dunk Low “Championship Red” Review

The latest Nike Sportswear Dunk to drop is nicknamed the “Championship Red” colourway. A reverse of the classic St. John’s white and red, these feature an inverse look with a red leather base and white leather overlays. Check out my in-depth review to learn more and let me know your thoughts down below! Is this a cop or a drop?

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Off White x Nike Dunk Low “Lot 1” Review

Virgil Abloh’s recent Off-White x Dunk collection consists of 50 similar, but different variations of the iconic Nike silhouette. My latest review covers Lot 1, which is the first of the 50 colourways, consisting of a white canvas and leather upper, atop a vintage yellowed coloured midsole. Check out my review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!

Nike Dunk High SE (First Use) “Light Bone / Sail / Green” Review

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Nike Swoosh logo, these Dunk Highs released as part of a huge collection consisting of various classic Nike silhouettes. This pair is adopts a simple, muted base colour, with splashes of green on the Swooshes and laces. Check out my review for a closer look and let me know how you feel about these down below!

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Undefeated x Nike Dunk Low SP “Canteen / Lemonfrost” Review

Undefeated’s latest collaboration with Nike, called the Dunk vs. AF1 pack, consists of a Dunk and Air Force 1 that draw inspiration from a previous Undefeated Air Force 1 and Dunk, respectively. My video covers the Dunk Low which adopts the patterns and colours from 2006’s “Inside Out” Air Force 1. Check out my in-depth review and on feet look!

Nike Dunk Low “Michigan” Review

Dropping on June 3rd is the “Michigan” Dunk Low by Nike. Although we saw the high top versions release already last year, this iconic colorway returns in low top form to much anticipation. Check out my review for an in-depth look at the shoe as well as the quality of materials, along with an on-feet look. Is this going to be a cop or drop for you?