Offspring x Adidas ZX 9000 “London” Review

UK-based boutique, Offspring, recently released their latest Adidas collab on the ZX 9000. Inspired by their home city of London, this pair has a vintage, deconstructed feel to it, with various distressed materials like suede, and exposed foam throughout its construction. Check out my detailed review for a closer look at all the details! Is this a pair you’re feeling, or was this one an easy pass?

Salehe Bembury x New Balance 2002R “Water Be The Guide” Review

The follow up to last year’s “Peace Be The Journey” collaboration between New Balance and Salehe Bembury has arrived! Working together on the same silhouette, the 2002R, this one is inspired by Havasu Falls in the Grand Canyon, and opts for cooler tones of teal and green with a variety of materials like shaggy suede, mesh and leather. Check out my review and let me know what you think of this pair!

Union x Air Jordan 4 Retro SP “Taupe Haze” Review

To celebrate Union LA’s 30th anniversary, they linked up with Jordan Brand once again to release two new colourways of the Air Jordan 4. This “Tent & Trail” collection was headlined by the “Taupe Haze” colourway which channels the late 80s / early 90s fashion trend of the outdoors and camping gear. Check out my detailed review and on feet look and let me know your thoughts on one of the year’s biggest releases!

Kith x Nike Air Force 1 Low “New York Knicks” Review

Recently I picked up a pair of the Kith x Nike collab on the Air Force 1, which celebrates New York City and its hometown NBA team, the Knicks. These released back in December of 2020, and it adopts the Knicks’ team colours of orange and blue, atop a clean, white leather base. Check out my review for an in-depth look!

MTA x New Balance 920 “Grey” Review

MTA, New York City’s transportation authority, teamed up with New Balance for one of the most unlikeliest of collaborations. This 920 model is constructed entirely in grey, reminiscent of a subway train, with hits of blue which are taken from the MTA logo itself. Check out my review for an in-depth look of this Made in UK pair and let me know if this is a pair you guys like or not down below!

Bodega x New Balance 990 V3 “Anniversary” (Here To Stay) Review

To celebrate Bodega’s 15th year anniversary, they collaborated with New Balance to release a Made in USA 990 V3! This pair is crafted using premium suedes in various earthy, olive and khaki tones. It’s accented with grey, blue and orange hits, for a very unique but unassuming look. Check out my review for a closer look, and big thanks to Bodega for sending over this pair to me!

Concepts x Asics Gel-Lyte III OG “Otoro” (Tuna) Review

Concepts and Asics recently teamed up to release a Gel-Lyte III inspired by Otoro, which is the premium, fattiest cut of a tuna belly. Draped in pink suede in various shades, these shoes channel that same luxury and prestige that Otoro is treated with in the sushi world. Check out my review for an in-depth look and let me know down below if this was a cop or a drop for you!

Sacai x Nike Blazer Low “Medium Grey / Classic Green” Review

Sacai and Nike recently returned with their latest collaboration by dropping two colourways of the Blazer Low last week. My latest review covers the “Classic Green” colourway, which features a grey leather upper, with green and white accents stylized in typical Sacai “mashup” fashion. Check out my video and let me know in the comment section below your thoughts on this release!

Bricks & Wood x New Balance 57/40 “Forest Green” Review

South Central LA-based label, Bricks & Wood, joined forces with New Balance to release their first collab on the 57/40 model. This bold and unique collaboration dresses the shoe in deep green shaded suede, nubuck and leather, along with reflective accents throughout, and a chunky EVA foam midsole. Check out my detailed review and let me know if you’re feeling this release or not!