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Sacai and Nike returned with three new colourways of the LDWaffle earlier this month, and I finally picked up my fave of the three! My latest review covers all you need to know about the “Summit White” colourway, which in my mind is one of the top releases of 2019. Check out the vid, and drop your thoughts below!
Watch my review of the “Varsity Blue / Del Sol” colourway here: https://youtu.be/Ds-NyPNwdeE
Skateboard legend, Eric Koston’s follow up collab with Nike sees the Air Jordan 1 Low x Nike SB done in a vibrant “UNC” colourway! These low top Jordan 1s incorporate Zoom Air in the heel along with subtle Nike SB branding. Check out my latest review to learn more!
Watch my review of the Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low “Midnight Navy” here: https://youtu.be/aVRulWDNFmU
Made famous by Andre Agassi during the height of his tennis career, the classic Air Tech Challenge II “Hot Lava” retroed once again and dropped in stores this past weekend. The last time I had these was the 2008 retro, so I was very happy to be reunited with this pair once again! Check out my review to learn more about these classics!
Calling all dog lovers – the latest SB Dunk High dropped just in time for 420 with the “Dog Walker” colourway! With an upper covered in a variety of patterns, prints, textures and materials, these sold out quickly upon release despite its eccentric appearance! Check out my detailed review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!
A classic from 2001 has returned with the “Mocha” Air Jordan 3 Retro. Dropping this past weekend, these don’t carry the same level of hype as other releases but is considered a classic by OGs alike. Check out my latest review to take a closer look, and share your thoughts down below!
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!
Despite missing the actual date, Nike released an Easter-inspired Air Force 1 in a very unique patchwork fashion. These feature a wide variety of materials and textures on the upper in a spring-appropriate pastel colour scheme! Check out my latest review to see more!
The Air Max 97 CR7 is inspired by the upbringing of football/soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo where his mother would continuously patch up any holes on the one shoe he used on the pitch. Dressed in a bold red colour scheme as a nod to his Portuguese roots, these were a limited drop that sold out on the first day of release. Check out my latest review to judge for yourself!
As if February didn’t have enough heat releases, we ended the month with the re-release of the Nike Flyknit Trainer in the much loved “Black / White”, or “Oreo” colourway. Always being a fan favourite, these Trainers released almost identical to its OG form and it was to no surprise that they flew off the shelves on the very first day. Check out my latest review and see how they look on feet!