Arguably the greatest Kobe model of all time, the Kobe 4 is back in “Protro” form, with the “Draft Day” colourway honouring Kobe being drafted by the Hornets in the 1996 NBA Draft! Sticking true to the original, this model has always been one of my faves and I’m super stoked to review the first, of hopefully, many Kobe 4 Protros to drop in the future!
The future of footwear is here! The Nike Adapt BB incorporates what we once thought was mere fantasy into reality with a self-lacing system that be controlled via your smartphone! Designed as a performance basketball sneaker, and sold at a much more accessible price point, these were incredibly limited in Canada, but I managed to lineup and grab a pair!
Check out my in-depth review to learn more and share your thoughts down below!
Made famous being worn by Michael Jordan during his first NBA Title run in 1991, the iconic “Black Infrared 6” makes its return true to OG form tomorrow! This forever classic made of a black nubuck upper, 3M and splashes of vibrant red are unmistakable, especially with the “Nike Air” branding returning to the shoe. Check out my early review and grab your pair tomorrow at select retailers!
To celebrate the 2019 NBA All-Star Weekend in Charlotte, the Air Jordan 1 is back this time adopting the iconic colours of the Charlotte Hornets. With a leather and distresed suede upper, this unique colour scheme on the AJ1 silhouette works perfectly, and I’m glad to add this one to the collection. Check out my early review to see more!
New Balance recently introduced the 997H model, a modernized take on the 90s classic, the 997. Super lightweight, comfortable and at a low price point, are these going to be an instant hit for New Balance fans worldwide? Check out my review and judge for yourselves, and thanks to Foot Locker Canada for sending these over!
To kick off February, Chinese fashion label, Sankuanz, and Puma teamed up to release an eclectic collection of both footwear and apparel. Puma Canada hooked me up and sent me my fave of the pack, the RS-X model, which is done in cream-based colour scheme with loud hits of royal blue and neon green! Check out my latest review to take a closer look!
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 newest Air Max sneaker to drop is finally here – with even more Air than ever before. The Nike Air Max 720 released in its debut colourway, nicknamed the “Northern Lights”. With the tallest Air unit ever incorporated in a Nike sneaker, these are definitely out of this world! Check out my review and let me know how you feel about these futuristic looking kicks!