From the Air Jordan 1 University Blue to the Reebok Question Mid: Why Not Us, here are some of the latest sneakers released this month.
Whether you’re a fan of sneakers or looking to buy a pair for a loved one who’s a shoe fanatic, we’ve got you covered.
Here are 10 highly-anticipated sneakers that are released this March.
More than 35 years after its original debut, the Air Jordan 1 is back on the scene in high-top form.
Available on Mar 4, the timeless style arrives sporting a throwback hangtag depicting Michael Jordan soaring above the Chicago skyline.
The latest Women’s Air Max Viva Wheat, designed with every woman in mind, features a plush collar, detailed patterning, intricate stitching and a unique mix of smooth leathers and textures meshes. The model was released on Mar 4.
The design makes use of a revamped lacing system with two separate laces constructed from heavy-duty tech cord to allow consumers to enjoy the perfect fit.
Available from Mar 4, this edition of the Dunk celebrates durable materials and their role in Nike’s innovative heritage.
This can be seen from the graphics that depict the brand’s Blue Ribbon Sports roots, as well as industrial rice and coffee bags that are frequently upcycled from urban markets.
Who hasn’t heard of basketball legend LeBron James? Beyond on-court accomplishments and accolades, he believes in leaving the game better off than before, for the generations who will come next.
The LeBron 18 ‘Play for the Future’, which is inspired by the clean, unpolluted air athletes need to breathe when they play, is a testament to that belief. It is scheduled for release on Mar 5.
This Air Jordan 1 brings genuine University Blue leather to the ankle, heel, toe and outsole.
A black Wings logo with University Blue branding on the tongue finishes off the shoe’s clean and classic detailing.
Sounds really cool? The Air Jordan 1 University Blue is expected to drop on Mar 6.
Scheduled for release on Mar 9, the model delivers a bold, defiant style and remains a coveted look for crews across both sport and culture even 35 years after its debut.
Modern footwear technology brings the design’s comfort into the 21st century, while a combination of black and Barely Green gives this model an understated feel.
Inspired by an all-time favourite delicacy, the Blazer Mid ’77 sees the silhouette covered in colours and graphics inspired by the cinema popcorn.
Available on Mar 9, a metal charm attached to the shoe’s laces puts a final, gilded touch on the design.
Looking for comfort and a dynamic design? The all-new Jordan MA2 could be the one you’re looking for.
It delivers big-time comfort packaged in a bold silhouette, featuring dynamic design lines as well as wildly diverse materials.
The Women’s Jordan MA2 dropped on Mar 3.
Yeezy has been extremely popular lately, and a silhouette that any Yeezy fan should look out for is the 700 V3.
It rocks a colourway similar to its ‘Azareth’ cohort, with light blue and white on the knit underlays and a semi-translucent cage that falls on either side.
While it hasn’t been officially confirmed, it has been hinted to be hitting shelves on Mar 27.
Famously worn by Allen Iverson in the 2001 NBA All-Star Game – where he helped his team stage a last-minute comeback and win by a single point – this colourway was quietly released in 2006.
Now, it is back on the eve of the 20th anniversary of that game.
Scheduled for release on Mar 6, the model substitutes the red toe bumper for stark black, which is complemented at the rear ankle panel, tongue piping, lace loops and midsole windows.
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