Travis Scott and Jordan Brand followed up their 2019 collab on the Air Jordan 6 with a brand new colourway, “British Khaki”, that released last week. My latest review goes in-depth into this much anticipated pair, which while similar to its predecessor, has a few changes built in to make it truly stand out. Did you guys grab a pair, or take an L?
One of Nike’s top Valentine’s Day releases was the Air Force 1 Low QS “Love Letter”. This special edition pair features soft white leather, pink suede and a bold red leather swoosh to celebrate the holiday. Check out my review to learn more about these and to see how these look on feet! Was this a cop or drop for you?
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!
Sacai and Nike’s latest collab, the Vaporwaffle, sees the mashup of two shoes once again – this time the Air Pegasus from 1983, with the Nike Vaporfly from the modern era. Releasing in two colours, I picked up the “Sail / Sport Fuchsia” pair, which has a strong retro vibe that reminds me of the Nike Cortez. Check out my review for an in-depth look and let me know if you’re feeling this pair down below!
I picked up one of the cleanest looking SB Dunk Highs to release this year from StockX, and finally got them in hand for the review! The Atlas x Nike SB Dunk High “Lost At Sea” is inspired by the Great Spill of 1990 where a storm caused over 60,000 Nike shoes to be lost in the Pacific Ocean, only to wash up on shore later on. These feature a washed out, cracked look to them, and are another beautifully executed Dunk in this Dunk crazed year of 2020. Check out my review to learn more and let me know your thoughts down below!
Union and Jordan Brand returned for a second collab, this time on the Air Jordan 4! StockX hooked me up with the “Off Noir” colourway which I’m covering in my latest review! Done in a vintage look, these incorporate a few changes to the traditional look of the Jordan 4 including a stitched down tongue that had the sneaker world in a frenzy, for both good and bad reasons. Watch my video to learn more and let me know how you feel about these down below!
Watch my review of the “Guava” Union Air Jordan 4 here: https://youtu.be/dead5NQb4Yo
My newest review covers the Medicom Toy collab with Nike SB, with another banger SB Dunk. These Dunk Lows are inspired by the iconic Bearbricks, and are covered in a faux black fur with white accents. Premium touches include a leather liner, and metallic lace tips too! Watch my review for a closer look, and share your opinions on this release down in the comment box below!
Nike SB’s latest collab is with rock band, The Grateful Dead, with a set of three different furry pairs of SB Dunk Lows. Inspired by the colourful Dancing Bears, my latest review covers the skateshop-exclusive “Green Bear” colourway, as well as the more available “Yellow Bear” pair as well. Check out my review for a closer look and to see how they are on feet! Which of the three is your favourite?
Originally releasing in 2002, the “Viotech” colourway of the Nike Air Trainer 3 saw its return eighteen years later with its retro release this past June! This long overdue retro features bold purple coloured shades of leather on the upper, contrasted against sharp hits of yellow throughout. Check out my review of these classic kicks that are loved by OG shoe heads around the globe!