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!
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?
A few weeks ago, Nike quietly dropped their latest collab with Dover Street Market, this time with the Air Force 1 Low “NYC” model to celebrate the fifth year anniversary of their New York City location. Featuring premium tumbled leather with subtle hits as a nod to DSM and the Big Apple, these were one of those under the radar drops I had to have!
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!
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!
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!
The fourth installment of the partnership between Kendrick Lamar and Nike saw the Cortez Kenny IV drop a few weeks ago, this time with a twist. Constructed as a Cortez Slip, these were inspired by traditional house slippers! Check out my detailed review and let me know if you’re feeling the changes made to the classic Cortez!