A-Cold-Wall and Converse recently joined forces to release a collection, headlined by the Chuck Taylor All Star Lugged High! This minimalistic but rugged trail-like take on the Chuck Taylor All Star is done in a variety of materials including nylon and heavily rubberized side panels for all-weather wear. Check out my review for a closer look and to learn more about this collab!
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?
The New Balance wave of popularity continues to rise with each passing month, and the 992 model is fueling a lot of that hype! My latest pickup is the 992 collab between New Balance and JJJJound, in the Green colourway. This Made in USA pair features a deep green hue in mesh and suede, with the quality we’ve come to expect from New Balance. Check out my review to learn more!
Featuring an Indigo-dyed upper that will fade over time, the Air Jordan 12 “Indigo” dropped in late August, and is the topic of my latest review! Looking very similar to the original “Obsidian” colourway from 1997, these feature beautiful shades of blue contrasted with white leather. Check out my video to get a closer look and share your opinions on these down below!
Originally releasing in 2001 as a Japan-exclusive that was limited to 2001 pairs, the Air Jordan 1 High CO.JP “Tokyo” re-released yesterday as a much wider general release nineteen years later. Done in a silver and grey colourway, these include slight changes to the standard Jordan 1 build including a jeweled Wings logo, and a leather tongue. Check out my review to see more!
Nike SB’s latest collab is with rock band, The Grateful Dead, with a set of three different furry pairs of SB Dunk Lows. Inspired by the colourful Dancing Bears, my latest review covers the skateshop-exclusive “Green Bear” colourway, as well as the more available “Yellow Bear” pair as well. Check out my review for a closer look and to see how they are on feet! Which of the three is your favourite?
Although these originally released and sold out earlier in the year, I hit on a random Nike.com restock a few weeks back! The “Total Orange” Air Max 90 is part of Nike’s recrafted series of the Air Max 90, to celebrate the model’s 30th anniversary. Check out my review to learn more and to see how these look on feet!
My latest sneaker pickup is the Nike Air Max 1 “daisy”. Originally dropping in kids sizing, these dropped in Men’s sizes in mid June and I was lucky enough to grab a pair! With a very summer look to it, these feature bold splashes of colour and daisy graphics throughout! Check out my review to learn more!
These shoes are trash! The Nike Space Hippie Collection dropped in North America yesterday, and I managed to grab three of the four pairs for an in-depth review of them! Utilizing recycled materials like plastic water bottles, old t-shirts scraps and grinded rubber from old Nike shoes, these are an amazing display by Nike of creating something that not only looks dope, but functions well, out of leftover waste materials. Check out my video to learn more about this collection!