This Week's Sneaker Releases

This Week's Sneaker Releases

Haven Neiman

Spring is soon approaching, and March is in full swing—meaning there’s more room for new sneakers. Nike’s Air Max Month is held annually every month, and the brand isn’t sparing its Air Max releases to celebrate. This week’s sneaker releases make up a blend of Nike, Puma, and Air Jordan silhouettes. Figure out what you need to enter the draw for this week by reading below. Take a look at the list of releases here.

Speaking of Air Max Month, celebrate with us! Post a photo to your Instagram feed with your favorite Air Max sneaker and the hashtags #FeatureAIR and #MyFeature until 3/26 to be entered to win a free FEATURE t-shirt.

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Nike Air Max 1 ‘87 Women’s ‘Great Indoors’ (FD0827-133)

The Nike Air Max 1 ‘87 Women’s ‘Great Indoors’ is a statement-making silhouette. The premium shoe takes on a blend of bold prints and textures throughout its mixed-material upper. The velvet laces, silk lining, and icy blue rubber outsole further spotlight the design.

Air Jordan 2 Low ‘Melon Tint’ (DV9956-118)

The Air Jordan 2’s Italian craftsmanship legacy continues in the Air Jordan 2 Low ‘Melon Tint.’ This uses premium materials and minimal branding to refine the ‘87 classic. The Desert hues contrast with the Sail upper, providing even more retro elegance to the sneaker.

Nike Cortez ‘Aloe Vera’ (FD0728-133)

The Cortez has had an impressive start in 2023 and receives another iteration in an ‘Aloe Vera’ colorway. The simple yet elegant color combination references the same shades in the J. Crew Killshot 2. 

Nike Air Max 1 ‘Baltic Blue’ (FB8915-400)

Countryside aesthetics collide with elegance in the Nike Air Max 1 PRM ‘Baltic Blue.’ Its bright Baltic Blue corduroy upper takes on a distressed aesthetic, while the contrasting corduroy Swoosh and tongue label make an even further statement. The classic Air Max bubble at the heel nods to the design’s heritage.

Puma FAST-DR Nitro Elite Futrograde (380004-02)

Puma arrives this week with a must-have athletic sneaker. The FAST-DR Nitro Elite Futrograde makes an impression with its mono-mesh upper and carbon fiber plate. The design spotlights a chunky midsole with maximum cushioning for a finishing touch.

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