Once a rare Japan-exclusive colourway from 2001, the “Argon” Dunk made its return recently after over twenty years! This classic colourway features a leather upper in two tones of blue, along with white coloured accents for contrast. Check out my detailed review at these beauties and drop a comment down below to let me know what you think!
Today I’m reviewing the Nike Air Max 95 “Sakura”. Inspired by Japanese cherry blossoms, this pair opts for a canvas and suede construction, in clean tones of grey, white, black and red. Japanese inspired prints can also be seen throughout the shoe! Check out my review and let me know if you’re feeling this pair or not!
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Today I’m reviewing one of the most hyped releases of the year – the triple collaboration between Fragment Design, Travis Scott, and Jordan Brand on the Air Jordan 1 Low! Adopting a cooler colour scheme than the previous Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low, a simple white and black leather upper is complimented by hits of sail and military blue for a pop of colour. The signature oversized reverse swoosh adorns the lateral side of the shoe, while logos of all three are visible throughout the shoe. Check out my review and let me know what you think!
Dutch artist, Parra, is back with another Nike SB collaboration. His take on the Dunk Low sees abstract shapes in a myriad of colours covering the panels of the shoe, while a base of white nubuck, and a solid black leather swoosh give the shoe the right amount of balance. Dropping in late July, these are one of my favourite releases of the year so far!
FTC and Nike SB team up to release this upcoming Dunk Low which pays homage to Tokyo, the host city for this year’s Olympic Games. Inspired by Sento, traditional Japanese bathhouses, these incorporate blue suede, tiled white leather, and a towel-like liner. Check out my in-depth review and let me know what you think of these down below!
My favourite Nike LeBron sneaker has returned! Originally releasing in 2010 just prior to LeBron James’ debut with the Miami Heat, eleven years later and Nike Basketball is bringing back one of, if not the most iconic LeBron sneaker ever. Check out my in-depth review for a closer look, and let me know down below how you guys feel about this pair! Is this a cop or drop? Big thank you to StockX for sponsoring today’s video!
Considered a grail to many LeBron collectors, Nike brought back this 2011 classic recently, true to OG form. The “Miami Nights” colourway of the LeBron 8 Low features a gradient, tropical-like look with a full length Max Air cushioning set up. Check out my in-depth review for a full breakdown and let me know if you also copped these for yourself!
The Nike SB Dunk Low “What The Paul” pays tribute to pro skateboarder, Paul Rodriguez, and his long standing relationship with Nike SB. Done in the patchwork / mismatching “What The” style, each shoe features different elements of some of P Rod’s past collaborations with Nike, ranging from iconic colourways of the P Rod 1 to P Rod 10, to the Nike SB Dunk High. Check out my review for an in-depth breakdown and on feet look!