Livestock hooked me up with a pair of the upcoming collaboration between Japanese retailer, Atmos and Nike Sportswear, with the Air Max2 Light! Inspired by retro Nike apparel and constructed in a patchwork fashion, these are arguably the loudest pair to ever be in my collection! Check out my early review and share your thoughts below!
The LeBron 16 Low released a few weeks back in a colourway inspired by the 2003 Atmos Air Max 1 “Safari”. With suede, safari print, and a unique one-piece zipped upper, these were worn by James on the court and subsequently sold out everywhere after! Check out my in-depth review and see how dope these are on feet!
It’s that time again, another year in the books! 2018 was the craziest year in my 10+ years of buying sneakers – filled with collabs and heat releases almost every week! Having to narrow down my pickups to only 18 pairs was no easy task but I finally managed to get it done. Check out my countdown as I go from 18 to 1, and see how it compares to your list!
My second favourite of the Air Max 1 “Curry” pack was the underrated “Green Curry” colourway. Dressed in olive and mustard hues, these are a dope autumn-vibe sneaker on the timeless Air Max 1 silhouette. Check out my review for an in-depth look at these beauties!
Watch my review of the “Dark Curry” Air Max 1 here: https://youtu.be/0k1aAN1TeE0
Originally released in 2003, the “Curry” Air Max 1 has grown to become one of the most beloved colourways of its silhouette. Releasing as part of collection with two new colours, these were surprisingly easy to get, and definitely made a lot of Air Max heads happy! Check out my latest review and let me know your thoughts below!
One of the more anticipated drops of Nike’s 2018 Air Max Month was the re-tooled Atmos Air Max 1 “Animal Pack”. Eleven years after the original release, these released once again with slight variations (but still holding true to the essence of the original), and sold out instantly. Check out my review and on-feet look of this iconic colorway!