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!
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!
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 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!
Last week we saw the release of the “Electro Orange” Air Jordan 1. Utilizing a unique colour blocking style, these Jordans incorporate a lot of white leather on the upper, while reserving the orange as a more complimentary accent colour. Check out my in-depth review and on feet look and share your opinions on these down below! Was this a cop or drop?
Last week, Kith and New Balance released a “10th Anniversary” pack which consisted of three pairs of the RC 1300 model. I picked up all three pairs, all of which are constructed using suede, mesh, and leather, with a chunky Encap Reveal and Abzorb blended midsole for exception comfort. Check out my review of all three and see how they are on feet! Which of these is your favourite?
It’s been a while, but my most recent Adidas Ultraboost pickup is the DNA 1.0 pair inspired by the ZX 8000 “Aqua”. These released alongside two other colourways which drew inspiration from similarly iconic ZX shoes. Covered in a light aqua coloured Primeknit, the sneaker sits atop the signature Boost midsole while channeling the vibe of the legendary late-80s runner.
Last week, Jordan Brand released the “Racer Blue” Air Jordan 3! This new colourway adopts the colour blocking style of the Fire Red 3 but swaps out the signature red for a bold blue shade. 3M is overlaid on top of the signature elephant print as well for an added level of flare. Check out my review and leave your comments down below!