Sneakers

When I was younger, I had the fortune of having a father who worked for Reebok during some of their best years. I got to wear many of Reebok’s most popular releases ahead of their release dates – I was spoiled and didn’t know it! My level of “cool” peaked when I wore the original Reebok Pump to school – my “cool” has gone downhill ever since.

After many years away from the world of sneakers, I got the itch around 2015. I’ve reinvested in the art form, the collecting, the performance, and the fashion. Have a look at my current collection.

Jordan 11 Concord
The first time I saw a non-Reebok shoe and said "I gotta have those." 

Kobe Mamba Rage
Super snug, lightweight, and the fabrics hold up well over time. 

Dame 3
You know what time it is. Unique tongue and super comfortable. 

Kyrie 3
My primary basketball sneaker for several years. Great court feel! 

Kyrie 3
This sneaker's feel was so good I had to purchase it twice.

Lunar Force 1
An Air Force 1 boot that's waterproof and approved for the elements. 

Air Huarache Drift
Another funky profile that's made for warm weather.

Blazer
A classic, affordable sneaker in my favorite color. 

Dame 5
Another great release from Dame. Great to play in, too. 

Nike PG1
Perhaps the most comfortable sneaker I own. 

Nike Jordan 1 Cargo
A unique take on the classic original Jordan sneaker. 

Nike Air Max 3 LTD
My first pair of Air Max are great for summertime. 

Nike PG3
Another entry from PG which are also super comfortable. 

Nike PG4
My first SNKRS app purchase – lots of layers here. 

Air Force 1 Reverse Stitch
The classic silhouette continues to be timeless. 

Nike Fear of God Moccasin
I'm not convinced I'm cool enough to wear this shoe. 

PG4 Custom
My first Nike By You purchase had to represent the 'Cuse!

Nike SB Janoski Slip Custom
A first for me: a slip on and it features my family's names.