I've always been a big fan of the oxblood colorway. At least since I heard Pusha T go, "Had to make his shirt match my oxblood colored Porsche." You can try and make that ad-lib Pusha T makes and mention how you will make someone's shirt match your new paa melton hat, but no one will find it menacing or even mention how the way you speak about murder and drugs belies the regret you feel for your chosen line of work. Probably because you can't rap like Push, but also because instead of a past life full of violence and yayo, the biggest obstacle you ever faced growing up was that time right before 4th grade when you moved and had to make a whole new set of friends.