Sean Wotherspoon x Adidas ZX 8000 “SuperEarth” Review

Dropping tomorrow, April 16th, we have Sean Wotherspoon and Adidas’ latest collaboration, the ZX 8000 “SuperEarth”! Part of the 26-pair A to ZX collection, this pair represents the letter W, and is constructed in a mismatching, patchwork fashion using vegan recycled materials. Definitely one of the loudest and wildest pairs in the collection, these are head-turners for sure. Let me know what you think about these down below, and big thanks to Adidas Canada for the pair!

Lego x Adidas Ultraboost DNA “Lego Plates” Review

Lego and Adidas came back with another collaboration – this time on the Ultraboost DNA model! Taking a more muted colour base compared to its previous ZX 8000 collab, this shoe incorporate customizable midfoot cages through the utilization of actual Lego blocks! The end result is fun, colourful and interactive! Check out my review for an in-depth look at these and to see how they are on feet!

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Hyper Royal” Review

The Air Jordan 1 “Hyper Royal” is set to drop this Saturday, April 17th! One of the nicest colourways so far this year, these are constructed in a worn-in-looking blue suede and white leather combination. Definitely one of the most sought after Air Jordan 1s this year, check out my review for an early look at all the details!

Air Jordan 5 Retro “Raging Bull” (Toro Bravo) Review

The Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull” returned this past weekend for the first time since its original release in 2009. Although not releasing in the two-shoe pack like it did originally, the red suede version stays pretty true to its OG look. A bold red coloured suede covers the upper, with hits of black and red to give it a classic Chicago Bulls vibe. Check out my review to learn more!

Overkill x Adidas ZX 8500 “Graffiti” Review

Continuing the 26-pair A to ZX collection, representing the letter “O”, Adidas has teamed up with Berlin-based boutique, Overkill, on the all-new ZX 8500. This model incorporates elements of both the ZX 8000 and 9000, and its off the wall colourway is inspired by Berlin, along with Overkill’s graffiti roots. Check out my review for a closer look! These drop in North America on April 30th! Thanks to Adidas Canada for sending over this pair!

Air Max Pre-Day “Light Liquid Lime” Review

One of the more underrated releases for this year’s Air Max Day, Nike released the debut colourway of the Air Max Pre-Day. Channeling 1970s style with modern day tech and sustainability practices, these incorporate recycled materials in both the upper and sole, and completely expose the Air Max unit on the heel, showcasing it in its totality. Check out my review to learn more about this new Nike model and let me know down below if you’re feeling them or not.

New Balance 992 (M992RR) “Grey / Blue / Teal” Review

Today’s review is about the New Balance 992 (M992RR). This pair dropped without much news or anticipation, and has become somewhat of a hard shoe to obtain. Made in USA, it incorporates mesh, leather and premium suede in tones of blue, teal, grey and yellow. Check out my review for a closer look and let me know down below what you think of these!

Clot x Nike Air Max 1 “Kiss of Death” Review

Clot and Nike’s first ever collaboration from 2006 was recently brought back – the Air Max 1 “Kiss of Death”. With slight tweaks to make it stand out from the original, the key translucent toe box design still remains. Watch my in-depth review to get a look at all the details, and leave a comment down below if this was a cop or drop for you!

DQM x Nike Air Max 90 NRG “Bacon” Review

The 2004 classic Air Max 90 “Bacon” made its return for this year’s Air Max Day. Originally a collaboration with former NYC-based boutique, Dave’s Quality Meats, these were long overdue for a retro! Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how they are on feet! Was this a W or an L for you guys?