Nike Air Max BW OG “Persian Violet” Review

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!

Nike Dunk Low SE “NY vs NY” Review

Celebrating the New York-based annual streetball tournament, the Nike Dunk Low “NY vs NY” is set to drop soon. Featuring a green leather base and tumbled white leather overlays, these pop with an orange swoosh and icy clear outsole. Check out my in-depth review for an early look, and let me know down below if you’re feeling these Dunks!

023 | YoSean! (@YoAnty)

For Episode 23, I’m honoured to have on one of the OGs in “Sneaker Youtube”, someone who influenced me to start my own channel and has had a profound impact on sneaker YouTube as a whole – Anthony Bartoloni who is simply known better as, YoAnty! In this episode we discuss how he got started with filming videos over ten years ago, major changes he sees in the scene between then and now, and why he decided to step away from the limelight to focus on family.

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Clot x Nike Air Max 1 KOD “Solar Red” Review

Clot and Nike recently released an Air Max 1 inspired by their 2006 collaboration, the “Solar Red” Kiss of Death Air Max 1! These differ from the originals by incorporating a mesh toe box, thin leather liners on the upper, and gold embroidery on the heel with Clot branding. With the originals being one of the most exclusive Air Max 1 releases ever, this year’s re-release was a welcome addition to many Air Max collectors out there!

Parra x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro QS “Abstract Art” Review

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!

Nike Dunk Low Premium “Cheetah” Review

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!

022 | East Meets West (@Shanghaisole)

For today’s episode, we’re headed to the far east as we welcome Jay Shuang, better known as Mr. Shanghaisole himself! Having lived in both the US and Asia equally throughout his life, Jay gives us his perspectives on how the Chinese sneaker market differs from North America’s – including trends, resellers, and the drama surrounding China’s boycott of Nike. We also dive into his experience as a basketball coach, and how he’s trying to get his wife on board with his sneaker addiction.

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