Atmos x Nike Air Max2 Light QS “Air Max Day” Review

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!

Fear of God x Nike Air Skylon II “White / Black” Review

Jerry Lorenzo and Nike teamed up again to drop a reworked take on the classic Air Skylon II model. Despite not garnering the same level of hype as the the Air Fear of God 1 drop, they are constructed with a myriad of premium materials and small changes making it unique to the Fear of God label. Check out my overdue review, and share your thoughts below – are these a cop or drop?

Doernbecher x Nike Zoom Fly SP “Payton Fentress” Review

The 2018 Doernbecher Freestyle collection dropped this past December, and my favourite of the pack was the Zoom Fly SP, designed by 12-year old Payton Fentress! Inspired by his love for sports, specifically the Chicago Cubs, these have a colourful and playful vibe that when put together, really works! Check out my review and share your comments down below!

Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Volt” Review

Closing out the year, Off-White & Nike have teamed up once again to drop a set of two Air Force 1 Low colourways. Of the two, I was a bigger fan of the super loud “Volt” version that is sure to turn heads everywhere! Be sure to watch my in-depth review to get a better look and let me know how you feel about them down below!

Air Jordan 3 Retro “Mocha” Review

A classic from 2001 has returned with the “Mocha” Air Jordan 3 Retro. Dropping this past weekend, these don’t carry the same level of hype as other releases but is considered a classic by OGs alike. Check out my latest review to take a closer look, and share your thoughts down below!

Union x Air Jordan 1 Retro High NRG “Storm Blue” Review

What a way to close out the year! Union LA and Jordan Brand teamed up in November to release a collection inspired by vintage wear and style. Headlining the release was the “Storm Blue” Air Jordan 1 which was only available for purchase through Union. Luck would have it and I landed a pair, which allowed me to bring today’s review to you all. Check out all the details and why this shoe has many calling it their favourite drop of 2018!