Through the first week of March, Nike, Under Armour, and Jordan made a few major drops that you might have missed. From the new Kyrie 5s to the Curry 6s, the first week of March wasn't too bad for sneakerheads.
If you don't have time to keep up with every new sneaker drop, check out of few of the most notable drops from this past week.
On March 2, Jordan released the Air Jordan 4 "Flight Nostalgia" to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Jordan 4. With a white upper, black detailing, and crimson accents, this new Jordan 4 retails for $190. Try swapping out the stock white laces for a pair of black or red flat laces.
Most people can agree that Kyrie has one of the cleanest signature shoes of any current NBA star. This new colorway released on March 1 for $110 retail. Featuring a white upper, gold Swoosh, and green accents on the sole, these Kyrie 5s would look good with a green or white and gold rope lace swap.
Paris Fashion Week featured a preview of this new collaboration between Sacai and Nike. The Sacai X Nike LDV Waffle released on March 7 for a retail price of $155. This collab features a colorway including shades of green, yellow, and orange. Check out any of our flat laces to make a custom lace swap.
(source: Under Armour)
Curry's signature shoe has come a long way since being mocked as dad shoes. The new Curry 6 from Under Armour released on March 1 for $130 and features a mostly black upper with orange accents and a white sole. The split outsole is meant to provide better traction when on the court.
Last up is a low-top Nike X atmos collaboration. This new LeBron 16 colorway was debuted by LeBron himself at NBA All-Star weekend. This pair of 16s, which retails for $175, features a complex design with an orange upper, safari-pattern mid, and gum outsole.
These are just a few of the most notable sneaker releases from the past week, and there are much more to come throughout the month of March.
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