The Sneakers we look forward to most in March
There will be a few very strong sneaker releases in March, and Sneakerjagers introduces you to the top candidates!
Nike Dunk Low SP ‘Thank You For Caring’
This totally unique design is inspired by local markets. You get the impression of food labels on the sneakers, and each surface has a different color and material. There are references to rice and coffee bags, with woven stitching and jute canvas material. A nice touch is that the shoe comes with a plastic bag with the message ‘Thank You For Caring’, which gives you a ‘local market’ feeling.
Released on March 4th
Air Jordan ‘University Blue’
We will be treated to two silhouettes in ‘University Blue’ in March, with both an Air Jordan 4 and an Air Jordan 1 High released in the colorway. We’ve had to wait a long time as the rumors have been circulating for over a year, so we’re very glad they’re almost there now!
Released on March 6th
CLOT x Nike Air Max 1 ‘Kiss of Death’
You’ve probably seen this sneaker all over Instagram in the hands of DJ Khaled! It is inspired by ‘Qi’, the spiritual force that, according to Chinese philosophy, connects everything in the universe. The red and orange details are very striking, and the materials used include ostrich leather, suede, and snake print.
Released on March 6th
Nike Dunk High ‘Syracuse’
The ‘Syracuse’ colorway originally appeared on Nike’s ‘Be True to your School’ pack in 1985, and is now re-released at Nike Dunk High in March. This striking orange color contrasts even more with the white parts of the shoe. A true statement.
Released on March 11th
Nike Air Max 90 NRG ‘Bacon’
The Nike Air Max 90 Bacon was originally a collaboration between Nike and DQM (Dave’s Quality Meats) – hence the ‘Bacon’ name! Dave Ortiz, the designer of the AM90 Bacon, had a ‘butcher’s shop’, which was actually a sneaker boutique that he ran as a concept store in the middle of New York! Now re-released in March, this is one for the meatheads!Released on March 19th
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