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 year of the Dunk continues, as Nike released the Dunk Low in the “Community Garden” colourway. This wild colourway is dressed in a canvas upper, with each pair featuring a different arrangement of patterns, creating a one-of-one look between shoe to shoe. Check out my review to get a closer look. Is this one of your favourite drops of the year or no?
Coming out of Nike’s N.354 lab, the Nike Offline released at the end of August as a slipper / slide / mule meant to be worn “offline” and to promote the mental health benefit of taking time to unplug and disconnect. Featuring two different drop-in insoles, these customize the feeling on feet! Check out my review to learn more about these, and let me know if you’re feeling these (and the price point) down below!
The Civilist x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro dropped to end off August, and it’s one of the wildest executed Dunks I’ve seen in a while! Featuring a black leather upper that reveals a heat map graphic underneath when exposed to direct heat, these are inspired by Germany in the late 80s / early 90s following the fall of the Berlin Wall and the rise in their Techno scene. Check out my review for a closer look!
My newest review covers the Air Jordan 3 Retro SE “Denim”. This clean pair of Jordan 3s replaces the traditional elephant print with Denim, and adds more uniqueness by including a translucent heel tab that showcases both Nike Air and Jumpman branding. Watch my video to get a good look at these up close, and let me know if you guys are feeling the look of this pair! Was this a cop or a drop?
My latest review covers the “Samba” Dunk Low from Nike. Originally releasing in 2001 as a Japan-exclusive, these return in 2020 with a wider release! Featuring blue, red and grey leather overlays, they continue Nike’s strong Dunk releases throughout 2020. Check out my video and share your comments down 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!
My newest review covers the Medicom Toy collab with Nike SB, with another banger SB Dunk. These Dunk Lows are inspired by the iconic Bearbricks, and are covered in a faux black fur with white accents. Premium touches include a leather liner, and metallic lace tips too! Watch my review for a closer look, and share your opinions on this release down in the comment box below!
The first Kobe sneaker to release following his untimely passing, the Kobe 5 Protro “Big Stage / Parade” kicked off Mamba Week with a limited drop this past week. Done in a split fashion, one side is inspired by the Big Stage colourway from 2010, and the other taking tattoo-like graphics from the Parade PE colourway. Check out my detailed review for a closer look and to hear my thoughts on this pair!