Next up in the “Sketch to Shelf” collection is the “Schematic” pair, which is a shoe’s blueprint come to life! This super clean pair in white and black is definitely one of the most unique Air Max 1s I’ve seen in quite some time! Check out my review to learn more!
My latest Air Max 1 pickup is inspired by windbreaker jackets from the 1990s! Done in bright, bold coloured leather panels atop a nylon upper, these have a retro aesthetic that is a joy to wear. Check out my latest review to learn more and see how they look on feet!
To kick off August, Undercover and Nike are releasing the Daybreak, this time in arguably the best colourway yet! The “Bright Citron” pairs a bold yellow with sharp hits of black and grey, to create a very eye catching shoe. These are definitely one of the most creative and out-of-the-box designed shoes to release in a while! Check out my review to learn more!
Inspired by the iconic Japan-exclusive “Viotech” Dunk from 2001, the Air Max 90 gets a similar treatment with this latest release. Featuring a multicoloured suede upper, these are definitely loud! Check out my review to learn more about this pair and see how they look on feet!
One of the most interesting concepts in a while, the Air Max 1 gets flipped inside-out in this latest drop by Nike! Releasing in two colourways, my latest review covers the “Phantom” version which incorporates tones of beige, grey and black! Check out my review to see more of these crazy Air Maxes!
Only releasing so far in Europe, the Air Max 90 makes its return in a two-pair set, paying homage to classic colourways of the Air Max 90 in this two-part mixtape-inspired sneaker! Side A takes a lighter approach with tones of off-white, grey and yellow with components of other iconic Air Max 90s like the OG Infrared, and Moon Landing, making its way onto this model! Check out my review to learn more and to see how they look worn on feet!
Skateboard legend, Eric Koston’s latest collab with Nike sees the Air Jordan 1 Low given the Nike SB treatment! Inspired by the 2001 Japan-exclusive Midnight Navy colourway, this low top version incorporates Zoom Air in the heel along with subtle Nike SB branding. Check out my latest review to learn more!
Designer Heron Preston Johnson’s collab with Nike dropped uniquely on the NikeID / Nike By You platform where customers were able to design their very own 720/95 model using their own colour preferences and features! Mashing up the Air Max 720 and Air Max 95, this is old meets new and is one of the most eye-catching shoes to drop this year! Check out my review to learn more!
To kick off Pride Month 2019, the Nike BETRUE collection is back, this time headlined by the Air Max 90! In collaboration with the Gilbert Baker Foundation, the iconic Pride Flag is on display throughout the shoe and its packaging, but done in a very wearable and dope way! Check out my in-depth review to learn more!