Bodega x Hoka Kaha Low GTX “Martini Olive / Almond” Review

Bodega and Hoka are set to drop a limited collection later today, March 25th! I was sent over a pair of the Kaha Low GTX and I had to throw up a review of these hiking shoe beauties! Featuring a water resistant Gore-Tex booty, a nubuck and suede upper, along with Hoka’s signature chunky dual density foam midsole, this is a pair I didn’t expect to appreciate until I got them in hand! Check out my review to learn more and grab yours later today at bdgastore.com!

Air Jordan 1 High Element (Gore-Tex) “Sail / Light Bone” Review

I caught a recent SNKRS restock of the Gore-Tex x Air Jordan 1 Element in the “Light Bone” colourway. This winterized take on the Air Jordan 1 incorporates waterproof nylon panels, water resistant treated leather, and reflective 3M overlays for visibility. Check out my review and see how they are on feet!

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Air Jordan 14 Retro SE “Winterized” (Archaeo Brown) Review

JD Sports Canada hooked me up with a pair of the Winterized Air Jordan 14! These feature a waterproof, seamless nubuck on the upper, but the same Zoom Air tooling on the midsole for comfort. Let me know what you think about these, and check out my video to see how these are on feet!

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Adidas Yeezy Knit Runner Boot “Sulfur” Review

Yeezy szn is ready for winter with the release of the boot version of the Yeezy Knit Runner! Dropping this past weekend, the “Sulfur” colourway returns with a bold yellow knitted upper, but its now complimented with an upper collar, a rugged trail outsole, and a waterproof finish. Love it or hate it, let me know down below your thoughts!

Drysteppers Sneaker Covers Review

My latest video gives you guys a look into Drysteppers – plastic covers for your shoes to protect them from the elements like rain and mud!

Personally, I’m more in the camp of, shoes are meant to be worn and (eventually) get beat but I do have to say these can be useful in those moments where you break out the freshest pair of kicks in your collection and unexpectedly there’s a thunderstorm that you find yourself caught in!

Share your opinions below, is this something you’d use or do you guys find this gimmicky and lame?