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
Familiar partners, Size? and Nike, have teamed up again for Air Max Day 2019 to release their take on the 1989 classic – the Air Max Light. Inspired by zero gravity, these literally have the Nike Air logos upside down, and cover the upper with 3M! Check out my review to see more, and share your thoughts down below!
Foot Locker Canada hooked me up with my second pair of the all-new Air Max 720 model! This time, these are dressed in various shades of grey, resulting in a very clean and cool looking sneaker for Air Max Month! Watch my review to take a deeper dive into the kicks, and share your opinions on this colourway down below!
The follow up to 2014’s “Moon Landing” Air Max 90 Lunar sneaker, Nike dropped the “Mars Landing” Air Max 90 QS this past weekend to much hype and fanfare. Covering the upper with print inspired by the surface of Earth’s neighbouring planet, along with 3M hits all over, these are definitely out of this world! Check out my in-depth review to see more and let me know what you think of them down below!
The LeBron 16 Low released a few weeks back in a colourway inspired by the 2003 Atmos Air Max 1 “Safari”. With suede, safari print, and a unique one-piece zipped upper, these were worn by James on the court and subsequently sold out everywhere after! Check out my in-depth review and see how dope these are on feet!
My latest pickup is the Nike Air Max 1 Crepe, which dropped in late 2018! Taking the traditional Air Max 1 model, these incorporate a crepe outsole instead of the traditional rubber, and include a variety of materials in the upper including nubuck, corduroy and suede! Check out my review and let me know what you think!