Concepts x New Balance 999 “Hyannis Blue” Review

My New Balance grail has been obtained! Thanks to StockX, earlier this month I picked up a pair of the Concepts x New Balance 999 “Hyannis” in the Blue colourway. This Made in US pair is a “remastered” take on the “Kennedy” 999, which was the first ever collab between New Balance and Concepts from back in 2011. Check out my review to learn about all the details and let me know what your all-time New Balance grail sneaker is down below!

Nice Kicks x Amoeba x New Balance 992 “Grey / Yellow” Review

New Balance, Nice Kicks, and California-based record shop Amoeba Msuic, teamed up this month to release two colourways of the 992 model. Inspired by Amoeba’s logo, design, and signage, I picked up the Grey / Yellow pair recently, which was my favourite of the two. Check out my review for an in-depth look, and big thanks to StockX for sponsoring this video!

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “J-Pack Chicago” Review

One of the best SB Dunks to release this year, my latest review covers the “J-Pack Chicago” colourway which draws its inspiration from the iconic “Chicago” Air Jordan 1. The familiar red, white and black tones cover the leather upper, which translates perfectly from the Jordan 1 silhouette to the Dunk. Big thanks to StockX for hooking it up and sponsoring this video!

Atlas x Nike SB Dunk High Pro QS “Lost At Sea” Review

I picked up one of the cleanest looking SB Dunk Highs to release this year from StockX, and finally got them in hand for the review! The Atlas x Nike SB Dunk High “Lost At Sea” is inspired by the Great Spill of 1990 where a storm caused over 60,000 Nike shoes to be lost in the Pacific Ocean, only to wash up on shore later on. These feature a washed out, cracked look to them, and are another beautifully executed Dunk in this Dunk crazed year of 2020. Check out my review to learn more and let me know your thoughts down below!

Union x Air Jordan 4 Retro SP “Off Noir” Review

Union and Jordan Brand returned for a second collab, this time on the Air Jordan 4! StockX hooked me up with the “Off Noir” colourway which I’m covering in my latest review! Done in a vintage look, these incorporate a few changes to the traditional look of the Jordan 4 including a stitched down tongue that had the sneaker world in a frenzy, for both good and bad reasons. Watch my video to learn more and let me know how you feel about these down below!

Watch my review of the “Guava” Union Air Jordan 4 here: