Kayo makes technical breakdown and review of the Air Jordan Zoom Air Comfort 2 to compare it in detail to its predecessor and other sneakers in the Air Jordan line up.
A sneaker that tells its own story, 2022’s “Lost & Found” Jordan 1 High OG in the Chicago colorway may very well be a perfect retro.
Sorry if it gets weird when Kayo starts smelling the shoe.
A contender for Kayo’s personal Sneaker Of The Year, the Trophy Room Air Jordan 7 tells a tale of Marcus Jordan’s dad, Michael Jordan as he made his move to become the New Sheriff In Town at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics as part of the Team USA Dream Team.
In this episode of Opening Act, we’ll be talking about the importance of owning multiple golfing hats.
That, and checking out the rest of Kayo’s latest haul from the Nike employee store, including this awesome Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG with a university red colorway.
We’re not exaggerating: this is the best Philippine collab we’ve ever seen.
Check out the AIR JORDAN 2 “TITAN,” the brainchild of Nike, Titan, and Chii Loyzaga-Gibbs.
Inspired by a great person and produced by great minds, this lifestyle sneaker has a story that can only come from greatness.
In the wake of last week’s BGC Coffee Festival (an event produced by Honeycomb and directed by Kayo Cosio,) we look at some of the pick ups that happened around that event, including the J Balvin slide that came out in the succeeding week.
Also shown are the DiFluid bluetooth pocket refractometer, a beanie from HK streetwear brand Clot, and some fine art ceramic work.
Nike Basketball sent over some EARLY HEAT! Filipino basketball culture boutique, TITAN collaborates for a third time on the Lebron James line of footwear.
Kayo Cosio gives an unboxing and an early review of the sneaker in-hand & on-foot.
The first sneaker was blue & gold, the second was red & gold, and this third one completes the colors of the Philippine flag with a white & gold colorway.
What do you think of this new collaboration basketball sneaker?
Are these MAHJONG sneakers?!
A great collab sneaker that you can buy right now for retail price, and you can feel great about wearing often. A matchless look gets perfected with the Air Jordan 5 Low x CLOT.
Taking inspiration from Chinese culture, CLOT founder Edison Chen delivers an expressive look that bridges coast to coast.
The all-black, textile upper with satin sheen pairs with jade-coloured beads for a harmonious look, while Fire Red accents fuse coveted AJ5 colours to every step.
Stylised sūzhōu mǎzi numerals on the heel (a fresh take on MJ’s number) and the glow-in-the-dark outsole and side vents add flair to your outfit day or night.
Signing off: the embroidered branding on the heel seals the day, celebrating this rare collab that’ll leave others gawking as you pass by.
Are they different from the standard Air Jordan 1 Low? Can you wear them day to day or are they only for Golf?
Kayo Cosio unboxes and presents a materials review of this sneaker. Is it worth buying for resale? Learn about the Jordan 1 Low Golf in 4K.