Philippines-based boutique, Titan 22, teamed up with Jordan Brand to release their unique take on the Air Jordan 23. Replacing the traditional “MJ” embroidery with their signature logo’s lightning bolts, these are done in a clean black, gold and white colour scheme. Check out my in-depth review to learn everything you need to know, and leave a comment down below on your thoughts!
2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the legendary Nike Air Max 95, so it’s fitting that Nike brought back the original “Neon” colourway once again. Inspired by the human body, these were designed by Sergio Lozano and is one of those pairs that remain popular no matter how many times they retro. Check out my video and let me know down below if you guys managed to grab a pair!
The Adidas “A to ZX” collection continues with a non-collaboration pair that I ended up loving. The ZX 6000 “X-Ray” reimagines the silhouette with its insides flipped to the outside for us to see. The addition of exposed foam, translucent TPU overlays and visible stitching gives this shoe a very unique and DIY look to it. Check out my review for an in-depth look, and let me know your thoughts down below!
This Saturday the Air Jordan 13 “Hyper Royal” colourway releases worldwide. Flipping the switch from the iconic “Bred” pair, instead of red, a bold blue colour covers the majority of the upper. The rest of the tooling remains unchanged, with 3M hits on the upper, Zoom Air cushioning in the midsole, and a panther paw inspired outsole. Check out my review to learn more!
My latest review covers the Air Jordan 4 “Sashiko”, which is inspired by the traditional Japanese embroidery and stitching technique. This mismatching pair has a patchwork like appearance to it, including various patterns and materials creating a very unique look. Check out my detailed review for a closer look at this super intricate pair, and leave your comments down below on your thoughts!
One of the original 1985 Nike Dunk High colourways returned last week with the “Iowa” colourway. Done in a bold black and yellow leather upper, these are another OG Dunk release done right by Nike. Check out my in-depth review for a closer look at the details, and leave a comment below on whether you picked these up or not!
My latest review covers the upcoming Air Jordan 1 “Black / Metallic Gold”, set to release November 30th! This colourway is constructed out of black and gold patent leather for a super shiny finish to them. Looking similar to the 2003 mid version, these incorporate a bit more gold to them, but generally have a similar look. Check out my review and enter the raffle at The Closet Inc. to pick yours up this Monday!
Originally released as a 3000 pair Japan-exclusive back in 2001, the “Midnight Navy” Air Jordan 1 made its return a few weeks back! Changing things up from your typical Jordan 1, with oval laces, a leather tongue and a non-traditional Nike Air embroidery on the tongue, these are still beauties to me, and a pair I was very excited to pick up. Check out my review for a closer look!
One of the original colourways of the Air Jordan 4 returns on November 28th in its OG form with “Nike Air” branding! A full leather upper, fire red coloured accents, and Nike Air cushioning within the midsole completes the look of this all-time classic. Check out my review for an early look, and let me know if this is a pair you’ll be going for or not!
Grab your pair from The Closet Inc. on November 28th. Check them out at TheClosetInc.com and follow them on Instagram at @theclosetinc!