March Sneaker Release Calendar

Updates on the Upcoming Drops!


4 March | Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low

Nike and Supreme are teaming up again for another anticipated collaboration inspired by their Supreme x Nike Ver. Dunk High collaboration back in 2003. The Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low features the original croc skin overlays and stars detail on the side panels. The silhouette comes in 4 different color options, which are "Hyper Blue," "Mean Green," "Black/White," and "Barkroot Brown."

4 March | Nike Dunk Low "City Market"

Next in the lineup of this year's most popular model is the Nike Dunk Low "City Market," or also known as "Thank you for Caring." Sporting a multi-color design concept, the silhouette features multiple prints, patterns, and textile materials. On the tongue holds a small compartment with a zipper that comes with a reusable shopping bag, which is a nod to the "Thank you for Caring" design motif.

4 March | Air Jordan 1 High '85 "Neutral Grey"

Getting its first retro iteration this year, the Jordan Brand is bringing back the original "Neutral Grey" colorway for Air Jordan 1 High's upcoming release. Taking the original model's design back in 1985, the silhouette features a clean white leather upper, pairing with grey swoosh, Wing logo, ankle collar, and outsole.

6 March | YEEZY 450 "Cloud White"

After a leak back in 2018-2019, we finally see the official images of the upcoming adidas Yeezy 450 dubbed as "Cloud White." The silhouette is constructed with a mesh upper and EVA midsole replacing the Boost or adiPRENE cushioning. The pair will be released exclusively via YEEZY Supply on March 6th.

6 March | Air Jordan 1 High OG "University Blue"

The Jordan Brand has finally confirmed the Air Jordan 1 High OG University Blue's release date after the postpone last month. Dressed in a White, University Blue, and Black color combination, the upcoming AJ 1 features a tumbled leather upper, suede overlays, and black swoosh and ankle collar.

9 March | Air Force 1 and Blazer Mid '77 "Popcorn"

The popcorn-inspired silhouettes are finally set to release on March 9th after we've seen the official image earlier this month unveiling 2 Nike models: Air Force 1 and Blazer Mid '77. Both pairs are covered in white and buttery-cream tumbled leather material and a red Nike Air tag inspired by the popcorn bag. Other details include the "fresh since '82" and "fresh since '77" text embroidery referring to the year that Nike first launched the 2 models.

9 March | Nike Dunk High "All-Star"

Set to release on March 9th, the upcoming Nike Dunk High "All-Star" features design motifs and material similar to the Air Jordan 1. The distinct detail of this Nike Dunk High "All-Star" includes the complementary color, "Barely Green" on the upper, toe box, laces, as well as the NBA All-Star Weekend Logo.

10 March | Nike Dunk High "Syracuse"

Following the return of Nike Dunk Low "Syracuse" in 2020, Nike will also bring back the Nike Dunk High "Syracuse" this year, set to release on March 10th. The silhouette features the same design as the original model and the New York University's team signature: White and Orange Blaze color combination.

12 March | Carpet Company x Nike SB Dunk High

Nike and Baltimore skate brand Carpet Company, founded by two Arab brothers: Ayman and Osama Abdeldayem, are teaming up for the upcoming collaboration on the Nike SB Dunk High silhouette. The pair comes in a White, Dark Sulfur, Coconut Milk, and Royal Pulse color scheme. The material used is a mixture of white leather on the upper and blue tear-away canvas overlays covering the graphics print underneath.

13 March | Air Jordan 1 High OG "Light Army"

The Jordan Brand will be dropping another brand new colorway for Air Jordan 1, resembling the Shadow 2.0 colorway dubbed as "Light Army." The silhouette features a Black leather upper, grey overlays, copper-like shade on the toe box, lace guard and swoosh, and finishes with the Nike tag similar to the "Bio Hack" silhouette.

19 March | Nike Air Max 90 "Rice Ball"

Nike is releasing a new colorway of Air Max 90 dubbed as "Rice Ball," inspired by a Japanese rice ball known as Onigiri, O-musubi, or Nigirimeshi. The pair features a seaweed-like upper, with Aqua Blue and Red accents. Other details include the "Pull" tag on the tongue similar to the Rice Ball packaging and the rice graphic screening on the insole.

20 March | Air Jordan 3 "Midnight Navy"

Set to release this month is a brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 3 dubbed as "Midnight Navy," featuring Navy, Cement Grey, and White color blocking. The silhouette comes dressed in a navy tumbled leather upper similar to the AJ3 PE "Georgetown Hoyas," a player-exclusive silhouette for the Georgetown University's Basketball team.

27 March | Air Jordan 5 "Stealth 2.0"

The Jordan Brand is officially bringing back the "Stealth" colorway released back in 2006! This time around, the Air Jordan 5 "Stealth 2.0" will feature a White leather upper, 3M reflective tongue, and black signature shark-tooth detailing on the midsole instead of the original blue. The pair will also come with a new matching shoe box and offer a full family sizing!

TBD / adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 "Cream"

The adidas Yeezy is coming up with a brand new colorway for the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2, known as "Cream." The silhouette features a clean look of White/Grey/Cream color combination, Mesh upper, overlay cage, and the comfortable signature BOOST cushioning.

TBD / Nike SB Dunk Low "Gulf"

The upcoming Nike SB Dunk Low "Gulf" takes inspiration from the Porsche 917 Gulf race car. The silhouette features a Blue Chill suede upper, White Swoosh, and Orange outsole. Finishing off the design is the "58" detailing on the tongue and lateral heel referencing the legend of Le Mans.

TBD / adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Ash Pearl"

Though the official release date has not been confirmed yet, it seems like we will see another new colorway for the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in "Ash Pearl." Following the release of "Ash Blue" and "Ash Stone" earlier, the "Ash Pearl" colorway features a Black/White/Cream signature primeknit material, with a hint of Tan strip along the side of the upper.

TBD / Nike Air Max 90 "Bacon"

As we all know, March means Nike Air Max Day, and what better way to celebrate the classic model's 30th anniversary than bringing back the OG Air Max 90 "Bacon." Debuted back in 2005 with the NYC sneaker boutique called Dave's Quality Meat, the silhouette features a Red/Pink/Sail leather and suede upper resembling the slices of pork belly.