Thursday, January 31, 2019

Performance Review: Nike KDXI

I know it is a little late but it took my a while to actually decide on getting the KDXI with all its previous reviews for the weartesters in other countries.

However, when it hit the outlets, it was the time I thought it would be alright to get them and test them out as I was very intrigued by the cushioning system of full length zoom air encased in a react carrier midsole.

While, I understand it is late I hope my review would still help those looking to know more and cop the KDXI.

Here is my review below?

Do you think that this is a good hoping pair of kicks? Or do you agree with the first reviews out there? Shoutout in the comment section below.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

My 2018 Retro Round Up

As all of you following me know that I'm really not a big fan of retros, especially those that would mostly be for lifestyle. However, every know and then the brand do come out with playable retros that are close to the original and those that don't have their technology stripped.

At best the are also retros that are made with todays technology and materials as well.

As for me, below are the retros I did decide to acquire and play in.

Which retros would you ball in? What do you think about my choice of retros? Sound of in the comment section below.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Performance Review: Nike EXP-Z07

While I'm not a big fan of purely lifestyle kicks, when I heard Nike was coming up with what the call a "performance lifestyle" line, I just had to see what the were up to.

Nike's EXP line is one of the first in their "Performance Lifestyle" line, meaning they've produced lifestyle kicks with performance in mind. The initial EXP kicks have 2 variations, the EXP-X14 which is the higher end version has React Cushion and the entry level EXP-Z07 has just basic foam or Phylon. Coincidentally, form what we hear the X14 and Z07 names are codes for their respective foams while working on their production.

Here is our review of the EXP-Z07:

Will you be looking to try these out? What do you think of the so called "performance lifestyle" models? Let us know in the comment section below.

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Performance Review: Nike Lebron Witness 3

The Nike Lebron Witness line is now on it's 3rd iteration. With the first and second versions sharing the same tooling, the Witness 3 has radically changed. Now with a full length air midsole, a synthetic textile upper with "battle knit" tooling and an a more traditional herringbone traction, this version is definitely a step in the right direction in terms of performance and aesthetics.

I personally enjoyed it as it is good for both indoors and outdoors and the price point is specially good in terms of the performance you are getting.

Here is our review below:

  Do you think the Nike Lebron Witness 3 is a great all around budget pair of kicks? Have any of you tried out a pair? Sound off in our comment section below.

Friday, October 19, 2018

Performance Review: Nike Zoom Pegasus 35

The Nike Pegasus has been a long standing and consistent pair of kicks in Nike's running line up. Simply acknowledging that this is the 35th iteration of the shoe, is already telling of the success that Nike has on it's hands here.

With a basic zoom and foam (usually phylon), combined with an updated upper material, the Pegasus has always been consistent in terms of functionality and performance. A neutral running shoe that provides adequate cushion and responsiveness.

With the 35 however, Nike decided to change things up, from a full length zoom encase in a cushlon midsole the Pegasus 35 provide a more comfortable ride while running but still provides the same responsiveness. And with an updated design for better performance, specially at the heel area, this version of the Pegasus is really the best one yet.

Check out our review here:

Are you a fan of the Nike Zoom Pegasus? What do you think of the latest version? Let's us know in the comments below.