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!
The original “Scream Green” Air Huarache, which debuted in 1991, is back! Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Huarache is one of the most iconic silhouettes in Nike’s history, and definitely one of the most comfortable even to this day. Check out my review of this retro version and let me know if this is a model you’d mess with or not!
Philippines-based boutique, Titan 22, teamed up with Jordan Brand to release their unique take on the Air Jordan 23. Replacing the traditional “MJ” embroidery with their signature logo’s lightning bolts, these are done in a clean black, gold and white colour scheme. Check out my in-depth review to learn everything you need to know, and leave a comment down below on your thoughts!
The Jordan Brand holiday tradition of the Jordan 11 drop is set for December 12th with the “Jubilee” colourway! Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the silhouette, these Jordan 11s incorporate a clean and simple Black and White colour scheme. The addition of lettering on the eyelets changes things up a bit, and it’s finished off with the signature icy sole. Check out my review for an early look and grab yours in Canada from The Closet Inc.!
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One of the most celebrated and iconic sneakers of all time made its return for the first time since 2015. The Air Max III (or as it’s more commonly referred to as the Air Max 90) released last week in its original colourway to much anticipation from sneakerheads worldwide. Built as closely to the originals from 1990 as possible, these incorporate mesh, suede and leather with a recrafted shape creating a very sleek appearance overall. Check out my review to get a closer look and comment down below if this was a cop or drop for you!
The Air Max III, more commonly known as the Air Max 90, returned in the original “Laser Blue” colourway! Recreated to be as close to the 1990 originals as possible, these were an amazing retro take by Nike. Watch my in-depth review to learn more about all the details, and drop a comment down below on how you feel about this pair!
Today the Air Jordan 14 returned in a colourway that could easily pass for being an original! The “Hyper Royal” dropped in stores worldwide, mimicking the look of the classic “Candy Cane” 14s but in a vibrant blue huge instead of the traditional Bulls’ red. Check out my review to get a closer look, and share your thoughts down below – was this a cop or a drop for you?
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!
Celebrating two of Tinker Hatfield’s most legendary designs, the DNA Chapter 1 pack sees iconic colourways of the Air Max 1 and Air Huarache swapped and adopted onto each other’s silhouettes. My latest pickup is the Air Max 1 which mimics the look of the famous “Scream Green” Air Huarache! Check out my detailed review to learn more and share your opinions below!