Thursday, October 19, 2017

Performance Review: Peak StreetBall Master

Chinese brands are really becoming the rage for a number of basketball players not only in the Philippines but also with NBA players. From marquee players like Klay Thompson and Dwayne Wade, to others like Dwight Howard, Tony Parker and a lot more. You'd find that there are a handful of NBA players rocking these China Brands.

The latest NBA player to rock a sort of signature shoe is Lou Williams who now has the Peak StreetBall Master to call his own.

While I was able to acquire the kicks from Famuji Sneakers who are based in Hong Kong, these kicks are now available at Peak Concept stores here in the Philippines.

Take a look at our review here:




I must say at 3,495 pesos SRP these are a bargain in terms of overall performance, and that knit material is comfy as heck.

Will you guys be copping this or not? And if you own and balled in a pair share with us your thoughts below at the comment section.



Monday, October 16, 2017

Performance Review: New Balance Fresh Foam Arishi

Looking for a great all around lifestyle and running performance shoe on a budget?

Well you could head on over and check out the latest offerings from New Balance, they have recently come out with a lot of good looking and also good performing kicks these past months.

What caught my eye was the Fresh Foam Arishi, this not only from an aesthetic standpoint but also from a price standpoint.

With a price of only 2,895 pesos SRP who would be thrilled to get a pair of these stylish yet great performing kicks.

Here is our review:



What are your thoughts on the new offerings from New Balance? Would you cop a pair? Hit us up at the comment section below.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Performance Review: Nike React HyperDunk 2017

Nike has created what they dub as a new revolutionary new foam which they debuted on their latest versions of the HyperDunk and the Jordan Superfly lines. The new cushion as its name states would provide better reaction and responsiveness while providing cushion and also would have better durability while also not bottoming out quickly.

For our review we chose to ride with the HyperDunk 2017 Low as it is the least expensive among the bunch which all have the same elements such as the traction and cushion. The difference will mostly be among the materials of the upper.

Here is our review:



Do you have a pair of the HyperDunk 2017? Which version do you have and what can you say about the new React cushion? Hit us up at the comments section below.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Performance Review: Nike Zoom KD X

Kevin Durrant's 10th iteration provides some of the best implementation of zoom air I've ever tested, granted that is similar to the KD 9 and its elite version, but hey why change a good great thing. Combined with the latest Flyknit technology and some of the most supportive features that I've recently seen in a basketball shoe, these are definitely a part of my main rotation.

Here is our review:



 What do you think of the KD 10? Is it too similar to the KD 9? Share your experience with us if you've balled in a pair.

Performance Review: Nike Zoom PG1

Paul George's first signature shoe with Nike the Zoom PG1 has been a certified hit. Not only for it's price point but also for its top of the line performance. With great traction and a forefoot zoom air unit that really works, combined with an abundant number of colorways and materials it certainly will satisfy those looking for a great pair of performance kicks.

Take a look at our review of the "Elements" colorway:




What do you think of Paul George's first signature kicks for Nike, have you balled in a pair? Hit us up on the comments section and share your experience or if your are planning on copping a pair.