Alife x Saucony Shadow 6000 “NYC” Review

Today I’m back with another Saucony review. This time we’re diving into the Alife collab on the Shadow 6000. Inspired by NYC’s MTA subway line colours, this pair has a retro flair with a mesh and suede construction. Check out my review to learn more about these!

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Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Prototype” Review

Recently, Jordan Brand released a new colourway of the Air Jordan 1 which I’m reviewing today! Nicknamed “Prototype”, the unique thing about this pair is it provide hashmark guidelines for you to cut these into a low-top! Check out my detailed review and on feet look and share your opinions down below!

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Adidas Yeezy Slide “Pure” Review

With the recent re-release of the Adidas Yeezy Slides, I managed to pick up a pair of the “Pure” colourway. These are my first pair I’ve ever owned so I wanted to check them out and review them for you guys. Check it out and let me know if you’re feeling these or are they just hype?

Nike Air Force 1 ’07 Premium “Popcorn” Review

My latest review covers the Nike Air Force 1 “Popcorn”. These themed shoes incorporate a premium tumbled leather upper that looks like buttered kernels, with white and red accents for a very clean and wearable look. Check out my detailed review and on feet look and let me know if you are feeling these!

Air Jordan 4 Retro SE “Sashiko” Review

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!

Nike Offline “Vast Grey” Review

Coming out of Nike’s N.354 lab, the Nike Offline released at the end of August as a slipper / slide / mule meant to be worn “offline” and to promote the mental health benefit of taking time to unplug and disconnect. Featuring two different drop-in insoles, these customize the feeling on feet! Check out my review to learn more about these, and let me know if you’re feeling these (and the price point) down below!

Nike Dunk Low SP “Plum” Review

Originally releasing as a Japan-exclusive in 2001, the Nike Dunk Low “Plum” finally made its return last Friday, nineteen years later. With a soft, suede upper in a combination of purple and red, these are definite beauties and a must for Dunk fans everywhere. Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!