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Having just been named the artist of the decade at the Billboard Music Awards — complete with a very cute acceptance speech with his son — Drake’s talk of the town. No change there then. The Toronto artist isn’t just dominating headlines in music, either. His newest collection in partnership with Nike dropped at select retailers on May 20 and sold out swiftly. Luckily, if you missed it, you can secure your NOCTA "Cardinal Stock" goodies from StockX.

Much like we’ve seen in previous NOCTA collections, NOCTA "Cardinal Stock" revolves around sportswear staples with 3M hits to highlight the understated essentials. While Drake’s previous NOCTA pieces have been black, Cardinal Stock switches things up with a navy, white, and grey palette.

It’s hard to see how anything with Drake’s name on it could go wrong, especially when it’s adorned with the Nike Swoosh, too. But what makes the NOCTA Cardinal Stock collection so successful is that in an arena where artist collaborations look to wild color palettes and unseen-before silhouettes, NOCTA prioritizes versatility and understatement.

How much does NOCTA Cardinal Stock cost?

From fleece pants to Swoosh-detailed hoodies, caps, and tees, you can shop NOCTA Cardinal Stock in all sizes at StockX now. Prices range from as low as $100 to $263 but act fast, Drake stock is going nowhere but up.

Release date: May 20, 2021 Price: $100-$260 Brand: Nike x Drake (NOCTA)

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