One of the best SB Dunks to release this year, my latest review covers the “J-Pack Chicago” colourway which draws its inspiration from the iconic “Chicago” Air Jordan 1. The familiar red, white and black tones cover the leather upper, which translates perfectly from the Jordan 1 silhouette to the Dunk. Big thanks to StockX for hooking it up and sponsoring this video!
I picked up one of the cleanest looking SB Dunk Highs to release this year from StockX, and finally got them in hand for the review! The Atlas x Nike SB Dunk High “Lost At Sea” is inspired by the Great Spill of 1990 where a storm caused over 60,000 Nike shoes to be lost in the Pacific Ocean, only to wash up on shore later on. These feature a washed out, cracked look to them, and are another beautifully executed Dunk in this Dunk crazed year of 2020. Check out my review to learn more and let me know your thoughts down below!
My latest Nike SB review is here! Recently I picked up a pair of the “ACG Terra” SB Dunk Low, which is inspired by the 1991 trail shoe from Nike! These incorporate a bold purple, red and orange colour base that is sure to turn heads everywhere. Check out my review to learn more about this pair and let me know how you feel about them down below! Is this a cop or drop?
Releasing this past weekend, the Air Jordan 13 landed in stores in the “Lucky Green” colourway. Drawing similarities to the Ray Allen PE version from 2011, these incorporate tumbled white leather with hits of black and vibrant green to round out the look. Check out my review to learn more and leave a comment down below!
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 Jordan Zoom ’92 is a brand new sneaker from Jordan Brand with a 90s inspired look. This “Olympic” colourway takes cues from the Olympic Air Jordan 7, along with design elements from the Air Max 180 and Air Force 5! Check out my review to get an in-depth look at this sneaker and share your thoughts about these down below!
The Civilist x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro dropped to end off August, and it’s one of the wildest executed Dunks I’ve seen in a while! Featuring a black leather upper that reveals a heat map graphic underneath when exposed to direct heat, these are inspired by Germany in the late 80s / early 90s following the fall of the Berlin Wall and the rise in their Techno scene. Check out my review for a closer look!
My newest review covers the Medicom Toy collab with Nike SB, with another banger SB Dunk. These Dunk Lows are inspired by the iconic Bearbricks, and are covered in a faux black fur with white accents. Premium touches include a leather liner, and metallic lace tips too! Watch my review for a closer look, and share your opinions on this release down in the comment box below!
Today I’m reviewing the Nike SB Dunk High Pro in the “Team Crimson” colourway. Nicknamed “Phillies Blunt”, these are reminiscent of the cigar brand’s packaging, with sail-coloured suede, a crimson swoosh, and wheat-coloured accents. Though not carrying much hype as many other Dunk releases this year, these are a fire pair! Check out my video to learn more!