Releasing in late June, the Nike Air Max 95 “Era” pays homage to the 90s with retro-inspired fonts and colours, along with animal print since the silhouette has often featured them throughout its 25 year history. Though there’s little hype surrounding this drop, I personally really liked the look of this pair and wanted to drop a review for you all! Check it our and share your thoughts below!
One of the best Nike Air Force 1 general releases in a while, my latest pickup is the “Sail / Pure Platinum” colourway that released on Nike.ca last month. With various materials in off-white tones, these are a very versatile, low maintenance pair that I love. Check out my review video and comment down below what you feel about them!
As we usher in 2020, this marks the 30th anniversary of the iconic Nike Air Max 90. Originally releasing in 1990, these have stood the test of time, and have been reintroduced by Nike with a revamped shape – closer to the original release from thirty years ago. This debut colour of the new “old” shape, dropped at the end of December in an all Sail makeup. Check out my in-depth review to learn more!
Jerry Lorenzo and Nike teamed up again to drop a reworked take on the classic Air Skylon II model. Despite not garnering the same level of hype as the the Air Fear of God 1 drop, they are constructed with a myriad of premium materials and small changes making it unique to the Fear of God label. Check out my overdue review, and share your thoughts below – are these a cop or drop?
The month of September kicked off with the release of the much anticipated collab between Jordan Brand and pro BMX rider, Nigel Sylvester. Each pair hand distressed to give it a unique, vintage look, these Air Jordan 1s were loved and hated for their intentional worn-in appearance. What do you guys think? Share your thoughts down below!