The legendary “Lightning” Air Jordan 4 returns for the first time since its initial release in 2006! Featuring a bold yellow coloured nubuck upper, grey and white accents balance the look of this iconic Air Jordan 4 colourway. These release worldwide on August 28th – are you going for a pair?
Dropping on Saturday, July 3rd is the Air Jordan 4 Retro in a super clear and simplistic “White Oreo” colourway. Opting for a quality white leather upper, cement print accent the lace crowns and midsole, along with a red Jumpman on the tongue for the slightest pop of colour. Check out my in-depth review for an early look, and grab your pair in Canada from retailers like The Closet Inc!
The “Neutral Grey” Air Jordan 1 is set to return in low-top form next week! Featuring a clean and simple colour scheme with white leather and hits of grey suede, these are the perfect everyday summer shoe. Check out my early review for a closer look, and leave a comment down below if you plan on going for these on the 24th!
The latest Air Jordan 1 to drop is the “Light Fusion Red” colourway. This bold, summer-ready pair is constructed out of leather in a bold red and orange hue, with white accents. Check out my in-depth review to get a look at all the details and an on-foot look as well! Is this a cop or a drop for you?
Fifteen years later, the Air Jordan 7 “Flint” makes its return. Releasing a few weeks back, one of the most beloved non-OG Jordan 7 colourways from 2006 finally made its way back on shelves. My latest video gives you a detailed look at these beauties along with a glimpse of them on feet too! Was this a cop or a drop for you?
A familiar colourway returns with a twist! The Air Jordan 1 released this past Saturday in the “Shadow 2.0” colourway. Drawing similarities to the OG Shadows from 1985, this one flips the colour blocking with a black leather base with overlays of grey nubuck, in the “Chicago” colour block style. Check out my review for a detailed look at these, and let me down below if you’re feeling them or not!
A shoe shrouded in a bit of mystery, the AJKO or Air Jordan 1 KO was a pair that released alongside the Air Jordan 1 as an alternative that incorporated a few tweaks in the design including a canvas upper, and the tooling of the Nike Vandal. Nike has never officially come out to say what the “KO” stands for, but this shoe has retroed various times throughout history. Today’s video I’m reviewing the most recent re-release in the iconic “Chicago” colourway.
My latest review covers the Air Jordan 11 Low “Legend Blue”, which is a lowcut version of the 2014 release. Featuring white patent leather, and the signature icy blue outsole, these are the perfect pair for the upcoming summer months. Check out my review and grab your pair in Canada on May 7th from The Closet Inc.!