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!
After months of speculation, Japanese fashion label, Sacai and Nike’s collab finally released last week! Headlining the collection was the LDWaffle – a mashup of the Nike 70s runner, the LDV and the Waffle Daybreak! This is being called one of the shoe’s of the year by many – so check out my review and let me know if you agree!
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Jerry Lorenzo and Nike are back with a new twist on the Nike Air Raid! The Air Fear of God Raid recently dropped in two colours and my latest review covers both of them! Watch to learn all about this popular sneaker that sold out in stores basically everywhere on the day of the drop!
Arguably the sleeper hit of the Nike On Air collection, the Air Max 1 “Tokyo Maze” draws inspiration by the intricate urban labyrinth of the city of Tokyo. With premium leather and a ton of accessories, these are a must have for any Air Max 1 fan out there! Check out my review to learn more!
One of the most anticipated shoes from the Nike On Air Collection, Gwang Shin’s Air Max 97 represents the busy neon lit streets of his home city, Seoul. Taking an all black Air Max 97 with splashes of red, blue and white, along with hits of 3M, these are definitely a head turner. Check out my in-depth review to learn more!
Check out my review of the Air Max 98 On Air NYC here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnypQ3g2hSU
Nike and Laika Studios teamed up once again to release the Air Max Susan – an Air Max 1 inspired by the main character, Mr. Link, of the newly released film, Missing Link! With amazing quality, and a myriad of materials, these are a must own for any Air Max fan – and truly stand out among the rest in my collection! Check out my review to learn more and to see how they are on feet!
With a retro aesthetic drawing its roots from the 1970s, the Blazer Mid Vintage returns in a simplistic White / Black colourway. These are highly sought after not only for its wearability but also for its resemblance to the recently released limited Slam Jam Socialism collab! Watch my latest review to learn more!
Inspired by a 1994 original, the “Blue Lagoon” Air Max2 Light returned earlier this year for the first time. This classic runner from Nike’s archives features a dual density heel Air unit along with a breathable mesh upper, and a phylon foam midsole. Check out my review to learn more and let me know if you’re feeling these in the comments down below!
Watch my review of the Atmos x Air Max2 Light here: https://youtu.be/Ey0E26cnJNA