Recently I picked up two colourways of the Nike Air Max 1 Premium! The “Mystic Dates” and “Spiral Sage” pairs dropped together in late 2020, featuring a premium leather upper instead of the traditional mesh and suede. Check out my detailed review to learn more about both of these colourways, and let me know how you feel about them down below! Is this a cop or a drop?
Size? and Nike released a joint collab in late 2020, working together to release an Air Force 1 Low honouring the city of Manchester. Nicknamed the “Manchester Bee”, this is a symbol for the city, due to its hard working and gritty nature. Check out my latest review to get a closer look at these beauties and leave a comment down below to share your thoughts!
One of the greatest Kobe Bryant shoes of all time made its return this past Christmas Eve, in time for its 10th year anniversary. The “Grinch” Kobe 6 Protro dropped in limited numbers resulting in sell outs and “out of stocks” everywhere, showing how highly sought after this classic colourway is! Check out my review for a detailed look and breakdown and let me know if you guys managed to take home a pair or not!
Bodega and Nike teamed up to end 2020 with a final Dunk collaboration! The “Legend” release is designed with nostalgia in mind, with inspiration taken from a baseball glove and old western cowboys. Featuring premium materials, these were a great way to cap off the unofficial Year of the Dunk. Big thanks to Bodega and Nike for sending over these beauties! Let me know down below if you’re feeling these or if they were they a pass!
As 2020 winds to a close, I managed to pickup another huge Nike Dunk release! This time I’m reviewing the Sean Cliver “Holiday Special” SB Dunk Low! This festive pair is one of the year’s best, with a white leather upper, blue suede hits and gold accents to round out the design. Check out my detailed review to learn more about these, and comment down below if these are one of your fave Dunks of the year!
2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the legendary Nike Air Max 95, so it’s fitting that Nike brought back the original “Neon” colourway once again. Inspired by the human body, these were designed by Sergio Lozano and is one of those pairs that remain popular no matter how many times they retro. Check out my video and let me know down below if you guys managed to grab a pair!
One of the original 1985 Nike Dunk High colourways returned last week with the “Iowa” colourway. Done in a bold black and yellow leather upper, these are another OG Dunk release done right by Nike. Check out my in-depth review for a closer look at the details, and leave a comment below on whether you picked these up or not!