Originally releasing as a Japan-exclusive in 2001, the Nike Dunk Low “Plum” finally made its return last Friday, nineteen years later. With a soft, suede upper in a combination of purple and red, these are definite beauties and a must for Dunk fans everywhere. Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!
Concepts and Nike have teamed up once again for another ancient Egyptian themed Kyrie Irving sneaker – this time on the all-new Kyrie 6! Inspired by the Egyptian God, Khepri Ra, these incorporate a pink tinted upper with splashes of blue to really turn heads! Check out my in-depth review to see all the intricate details along with an on feet look as well!
Check out my review of the Concepts x Nike Kyrie 5 “Ihket” here: https://youtu.be/bKxXlUYamk8
As we usher in 2020, this marks the 30th anniversary of the iconic Nike Air Max 90. Originally releasing in 1990, these have stood the test of time, and have been reintroduced by Nike with a revamped shape – closer to the original release from thirty years ago. This debut colour of the new “old” shape, dropped at the end of December in an all Sail makeup. Check out my in-depth review to learn more!
As if 2019 didn’t have enough heat, Off-White and Nike’s take on the Dunk Low is set to drop worldwide on December 20th! Dropping in three colours, my latest review covers the sought after “Pine Green” pair, that is accented with orange hits that are sure to turn heads! Check out my video and comment down below which of the three pairs are you feeling most!
Dropping in mid-November, Nike released the Air Max 90 NRG “Camowabb”, inspired by the classic Air Mowabb model, but with an earthy-twist on the palette. With lasered-leather, suede, and nylon components on the upper, these are another very well done Air Max 90, which Nike has continued to do so this year. Check out my latest video to learn more!
Pendleton Wool recently popped up on the Nike By You customization platform, and my Air Max 90s finally got delivered! Opting for a plaid wool with hits of solid Obsidian Blue and Red wool accents, these are perfect for the chilly winter season. Check out my detailed review to see these close up, and share your opinions below!
Releasing only in Tokyo, Japan, my latest review covers the Nike Air Force 1 “Shibuya Subway” in the white colourway! Paying homage to the bustling region of Tokyo, known by many things for it’s fashion and sneakers, the Air Force 1 is dressed in colours representing subway lines that intersect through Shibuya Station. Check out my review and share your thoughts down below!