Jordan Brand brought back the Air Jordan 1 again, but this time with a bit of a unique colour scheme. Dressed in a distressed looking suede and tumbled leather upper in grey, orange and black tones, these are a refreshing change from the standard colours more commonly seen on Air Jordans. Check out my review and let me know your thoughts below!
Aleali May recently teamed up with Jordan Brand once again to release another women’s Air Jordan 1. This time, it features a suede upper with colour blocking reminiscent of the classic “Viotech” Dunk by Nike. Check out my in-depth review and see how they look on feet!
The premiere, the original, the very first Ultra Boost ever is back. Originally dropping in 2015, Adidas has brought back the classic debut colourway of the Ultra Boost 1.0 model, and I definitely didn’t hesitate to double up. Watch my latest review to get a closer look, you won’t want to miss this!
Reaching into the archives from 1999, Asicstiger brought back the classic Gel-Kayano 5, true to OG form, almost twenty years later. Asics Canada sent me a pair for review, and despite the chunky, dad-shoe appearance, do they stand the test of time comfort-wise? Check out my thoughts and share yours below!
Originally dropping in 2003 during Michael Jordan’s final year in the NBA, the Air Jordan 18 returned in its original glory with the retro of the Black & Sport Royal colourway this past October. I picked them up on sale during Black Friday, and I’m here finally with a long overdue review!
The Air Jordan 1 “Rookie of the Year” dropped this past Saturday, and it celebrates Michael Jordan’s amazing first year in the NBA which was capped off by him winning the prestigious award back in 1985. My latest review delves into the details of this shoe, which among others, features super soft leather and suede! Did you take a W or L on em?
The original, the first, the pioneer of Air! My latest review covers the retro of the Air Tailwind, the first Nike sneaker to ever incorporate Air-Sole cushioning! Remade to be as true to the original 1979 release as possible, these are a must-have for any Nike or sneaker enthusiast, period!
Whether or not this was a Drake collab or not, the “Raptor” Air Jordan 4s are still a very clean colourway on a classic Jordan silhouette. This latest drop by Jordan Brand was especially special for sneakerheads in the Toronto area, and as a result I had to scoop up a pair for the collection!
Reebok went back into the archives, re-releasing for the first time the Aztrek, true to its original form. My latest review covers this early 90s sneaker and breaks down all the details! Thank you to Reebok Classics Canada for sending me a pair!