Interesting collabs, replacement All-Star’s, and a sample officially released. Check out this and more in this week’s Sneaker Releases.
Though this year Nike did not release the legendary annual “All-Star” weekend collection of sneakers, Nike is releasing something special. What would have been Kyrie Irving’s All Star design is the Kyrie 3 “Time to Shine.” Though its not during All-Star, the shoe is a winner just the same with an iridescent Swoosh, and multicolor accents on the Zoom Air pods. The release date is this Friday, March 24, 2017 retailing at $120.
Recently Jordan started an exclusive line of shoes entitled “GG”. Adding to the collection this week is the release of the Air Jordan 6 Retro GG “Pantone.” Named because of its similarity to the Pantone Air Jordan 11 Retro colorway. “Pantone” features a blue leather upper accompanied by a white midsole and icy outsole. The release date is Saturday, March 25, 2017, retailing at $140.
Sneaker heads know about the distress of a sample thats displayed thats never officially released, well fret no longer about this special Motorsports collection that was teased some years ago. Jordan is releasing the Air Jordan 4 Retro “Motorsports.” It was originally designed to match with motorcycles and racing gear. The shoe comes in a color way with Varsity Royal white, and black. The only difference from the sample and the release is that the sneaker doesn’t have the Mars Blackmon accent. The release date is Friday, March 25, 2017, retailing at $190.
Nike takes the dopest pieces from many of its grail-level sneakers to release and combine them to create the Nike Air Max 1 “Master.” Created in appreciation of Air Max Day 2017, the shoe design entails an all black leather-based upper with a mult-textured and multicolored mudguard that includes pieces from OG sneakers “ATMOS,” “Parra,” “Kid Robot,” “Patta”, “Beast,” and “CLOT.” The release date is Friday March 25, 2017, retailing at $130.