To celebrate their 10th anniversary, Germany-based boutique 43einhalb is releasing a special collaboration with Adidas on the ZX 10000. The “Joint Path” colourway celebrates the various topographies and landscapes they’ve encountered throughout their decade long journey. These release globally through 43einhalb via raffle starting September 11th, so be sure to check out my review for a closer look!
New Balance recently released a trio of 550 colourways, headlined by my personal favourite, the Green colourway! Looking similar to the Aime Leon Dore collaboration from 2020, these adopt a similar colour scheme of smooth white leather, with suede overlays and green coloured hits throughout. Check out my review and let me know if you’re feeling these or not!
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 High! Adopting a predominantly white-based colour scheme, hits of blue, black and sail provide some contrast on this colourway inspired by an unreleased sample Air Jordan 1 from 1985. 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!
My latest video covers Nice Kicks’ collab with Asics on this ice cream themed Gel-Lyte III. Inspired by classic flavours like chocolate, vanilla and strawberry, these incorporate a variety of materials like shaggy suede and shiny patent leather. Check out my review for a closer look and leave a comment below if you’re feeling these!
The classic Nike Air Max BW from 1991 is returning in the original “Persian Violet” colourway. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, these runners don’t have the same level of prestige or fame as some of its counterparts like the Air Max 1 or 90, but is still considered one of the most iconic Nike shoes from the early 90s. Check out my review and let me know your thoughts on these down below!
UK-based boutique, Offspring, recently released their latest Adidas collab on the ZX 9000. Inspired by their home city of London, this pair has a vintage, deconstructed feel to it, with various distressed materials like suede, and exposed foam throughout its construction. Check out my detailed review for a closer look at all the details! Is this a pair you’re feeling, or was this one an easy pass?
Nike dropped an “Animal Pack” of Dunk Lows last month, consisting of a zebra-inspired pair, and the pair I’m reviewing today – based off of a cheetah. Constructed in cream-coloured tones, a mix of leather and spotted suede cover the upper, while brown coloured accents finish the look. Check out my review for an in-depth look and let me know your thoughts on this pair!