50 Sneakers for Men and Women [Released January - March 2020]
Our 50 favorite sneakers that have been released between January and March of this year.
We're now already 3 months into the year 2020 and it has been quite an eventful year, to say the least. We've had several natural disasters, a global pandemic, and the passing of one of the greatest basketball players of all time, Kobe Bryant, who wasn’t just a star in the realms of sports, but also an icon in the world of fashion and sneakers as well.
These first few months have been wild for the sneaker industry as well with the level of competition as high as ever. Top brands from around the world have been releasing new sneaker models, dropping highly-anticipated collaboration projects, and even remodeling and re-releasing some past models and new colors that have kept sneakerheads up and excited all night. Converse, Nike, Adidas, Dior, and Prada are all part of a never-ending list of brands involved in this year’s sneaker boom.
We've handpicked for you 50 sneakers that have been released between January and March of this year. Let's go see what we've got in store for you on this comprehensive list of all things sneakers!
Stüssy x Nike Air Zoom Spiridon 2 Caged
Kicking things off with a collaboration between Stüssy and Nike on the Air Zoon Spiridon Caged 2 model. It comes in 2 colorways, the first, dubbed “Fossil”, constructed of mesh and sand-colored hemp material with black detailing on the Swooshes and heel cage, and the second features a black “Pure Platinum/Black-White” coloring, fully mesh base with reflective silver paneling, and Stüssy’s iconic oval-shaped logo on the tongue and heel.
With the Zoom Air technology, the sneaker doesn’t just provide maximum comfort but for breathability as well. It’s safe to say that as fashionable as the Stüssy x Nike Air Zoom Spiridon 2 Caged is, it’s made to be top-form in sporting situations as well.
As of now, the price tag for the Stüssy x Nike Air Zoom Spiridon 2 Caged is at $160 or about 5,200 – 5,300 THB. Aside from the sneakers, there’s also a clothing line and several accessories that came out as part of the collection. Be sure to check out the Stüss website from March 27th onwards to get hold of the collection!
Supreme x Timberland Spring 2020
Keeping things rolling with another collaboration from Supreme and Timberland in a collection called Supreme x Timberland Spring 2020 that have already been released online on March 26th and available in the shops in Japan from March 28th onwards.
The collection consists of 3 items including a 6-Panel hat offered in six colorways of black, navy, red, yellow, olive, and white, a Crewneck sweater offered in four colorways, and last but not least the Euro Hiker Low featuring three colorways unique to the Supreme brand for its patent leather upper, namely black, red, and yellow. Its outsoles are also made out of recycled rubber.
The official price of the sneaker is 24,000¥ or about 7,300 THB. In light of all Supreme stores being closed indefinitely with the COVID-19 situation, The Supreme x Timberland Spring 2020 collection will be available online only via Supreme’s website from March 26, with free shipping on orders over $150.
Nike React Phantom Run Flyknit 2
Nike Running has unveiled its latest lace-less silhouette in the React Phantom Run Flyknit 2 that also features extra foam padding for maximum shock absorption and additional rubber on the outer soles for more grip.
The React Phantom Run Flyknit 2 comes in 3 colorways including white/metallic silver, black/white, and black/red/green/white. The inner soles feature the Nike Swoosh on one side and the “React” model name printed on the other. The logos of both Nike and Phantom are also visible in the heel area.
The React Phantom Run Flyknit 2 is currently available since March 24th on the online Nike store and retails for 5,200 THB.
Vans Sk8-Hi “Ouroboros”
Vans decided to give its classic SK8-HI a mythological twist with traditional drawings of the sun, moon, stars, and lighting as well as the ancient Egyptian symbol of “ouroboros”. The ouroboros or “Uroboros" is often interpreted as a symbol for eternal cyclic renewal or a cycle of life, death, and rebirth.
Other than the SK8-HI, the Era sneaker has also been included as one of the two new graphic-printed pairs that have been released on March 24th.
The SK8-HI model is priced at $83 or about 2,700 THB and the Era model is priced at $62 or about 2,100 THB.
Adidas YEEZY BOOST 380 'Mist'
The “Mist” colorway is the latest addition to the Yeezy Boost 380 family, and it will be more widely distributed as full family sizes including adults, kids, and infants.
The “Mist” colorway still maintains the oft-use neutral tones of grey and beige hue blends unique to the Yeezy Boost 380, but with the addition of Salmon Pink in the upper and laces. The pattern is similar to that of the "Alien" colorway and the outer soles are switched to a translucent white in place of the green used in the model prior.
You can find the Adidas Yeezy Boost 380 “Mist” dropped for 8,200 THB (Adult), 6,200 THB (Kids), and 5,300 (Infant) since March 25th on the official Adidas online store. Unfortunately, as of now, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 380 “Mist” have been sold out in all sizes as expected.
Nike LeBron 17 Low ‘Bred’
The Nike LeBron 17 Low ‘Bred’ is the latest variation to LeBron James’ signature low-top silhouette LeBron 17 Low that has been officially released since September 2019.
This latest addition dubbed "Bred" is short for "Black/University Red", boasting popular black and red color scheme with the majority of the shoe colored in black and dark grey, while red is implemented as the contrasting hue on the branded areas and eyelets. It also maintains the tinted Air Mas sole that rounds out the overall design.
The original release date for the Nike LeBron 17 Low ‘Bred’ of March 15th had been moved to March 27th and is currently up for grabs on the official Nike online store at 7,000 THB.
Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low
Every sneaker release by Travis Scott had undoubtedly been astounding successes and go sold out in no time. Towards the end of February 2020, Nike decided to release the Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low that has got sneakerhead around the world all excited.
The Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low features plaid and paisley patterns with the Swoosh logo on the side and center of the shoe. Each side of the pair features pink and black elements with the brand name “Nike” sewn with light pink threads on the heels.
The Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low is priced at $150 or about 4,800 THB and it’s widely known that it had already been sold out everywhere.
Nike Free RN Flyknit 3.0 2020
As one of the latest updates to the Nike Free family, Nike has claimed that this 2020 version is a "huge leap forward in the evolution of the Free". The sneaker had been upgraded to become lighter and boast a shorter sole and greater grip, making you feel as if you're walking barefooted. Aside from the flexibility and breathability already unique to the Flyknit series, this version will have runners and joggers falling in love with it in no time.
The Nike Free RN Flyknit 3.0 2020 comes in 2 colorways of Black/Dark Smoke Grey and Iron Grey/Aura. They’ve initially been released since March 23rd and up for grabs on the official Nike website for 5,000 THB a pair.
ASICS GEL-Nandi 360 “Tree Camo”
The GEL-Nandi 360 is already a well-known model among trail runners as it sports a full-length GEL sole unit from the GEL-QUANTUM 360™ model, also featuring mesh cloth and suede leather.
The “Tree Camo” makeover by Asics features shades of khaki, cream, and grey while maintaining the ‘90s-inspired design of the original GEL-Nandi 360 and the Asics logo and model name on the tongue. This pair is priced at $153 or about 5,000 THB.
Adidas UltraBOOST DNA Black & White
The UltraBOOST is undoubtedly another highly popular model of the Adidas brand following the theme of Adidas Superstar with leather as the main material. This version comes in two colorways, Black/White and White/Black, along with the golden logos of Adidas and UltraBOOST.
The Adidas UltraBOOST DNA Black & White was scheduled for release on March 22nd on the US online stores at $200 or about 6,500 THB.
Nike Air Max 2090 'Photon Dust'
The year 2020 is the 30th anniversary of Nike’s renowned Air Max 90 model. The Air Max 2090 had been released as the celebration of this since the beginning of the year.
The model honors the Air Max 90 as well as the present/future of the Air Max lineage. This spring-inspired theme flaunts a "Teal Blue" coloring that covers its translucent upper, along with that same shade of blue landing on the heel tab, and the cassette Air Max unit on the midsole. Finally, black and volt accents throughout provide a nice touch of subtle vibrancy.
The “Photon Dust” had debuted on Air Max Day on March 26th and retails at 5,200 THB.
Converse “Black” & “White & Off-White” Reconstructed Chuck 70 High
Converse had decided to reconstruct the popular Chuck 70 by adding a two-tone feature, namely "Black" and "White & Off-White". Both colorways are crafted with the traditional canvas fabric and feature black and orange stripe on the welt and tonal laces. The "Black" version is a little more special with an additional hint of purple added as well.
Both the Converse “Black” and “White & Off-White” Reconstructed Chuck 70 High has been released at $85 or about 2,700 – 2,800 THB.
Reebok x Cottweiler Zig 3D Storm
Another collaboration between Reebok and Cottweiler had seen the Zig 3D Storm debuting at the Cottweiler’s Paris Fashion Week SS20 show at the beginning of 2020. The main feature of this pair is the old-school tiny keys pocket on the laces that runners from the 2000s should be familiar with as there were no pockets in running shorts back then.
The Reebok x Cottweiler Zig 3D Storm has hit the Reebok’s website since March 27th and retails at $180 or about 5,800 THB.
The sneaker comes in 3 colorways including red, blue, and black and comes with an apparel collection from Cottweiler that has been reworked with silk and linen, focusing on using natural materials and increasing sustainability.
Wood Wood x Mizuno Wave Rider 10 “02 Edition”
After the resounding success of the Wave Rider 10, Wood Wood and Mizuno are back at it again with the release of the Wave Rider 10 "02 Edition".
This exclusive, highly-limited take on the previous collaboration features a tonal beige colorway with hints of matte orange and dusty green. The pair sports a multilayered upper comprised of beige, cream, and white mesh and suede panels, with the pops of orange appearing on the toe box, on the VS-1 shock-absorbing system in the sole unit, and the tongue.
The Wave Rider 10 “02 Edition” retails for $140 or about 4,5000 THB and is available on the Wood Wood official website.
Adidas CRAZY BYW 2.0 PHARRELL WILLIAMS
Adidas decided to make a 2.0 version of the Crazy BYW, once again showcasing the brilliance and creativity of Pharrell Williams with this colorful collaboration.
The Crazy BYW 2.0 features a Boost-cushioned midsole, sculpted rubber outsole, Primeknit upper elevated with a tie-dye color scheme in Yellow Tint/Chalk Coral/Trace Purple, and orange “Hu” branding on the tongue.
The Crazy BYW 2.0 PHARRELL WILLIAMS is now up for grabs on the Adidas website at 5,500 THB.
Air Jordan 1 Low SE “Laser Blue”
Air Jordan is undeniably considered one of Nike's all-time masterpieces ever since NBA legend Michael Jordan broke the league rule and wore it on-court for the first time in 1985 up until today.
Now, Jordan Brand had finally released the Air Jordan Low SE in a vivid “Laser Blue” colorway with elements of black and white. The Air Jordan Low SE “Laser Blue” retails for 4,200 THB on the Nike website in Thailand.
KARHU x MOOMIN Collection
Featuring the beloved characters of Tove Jansson’s “Moomin Midwinter” book, the KARHU x MOOMIN Collection “A Proper Introduction” brings nothing but smiles to the fans of the Moomin Family with up to 5 sneaker models (2 adult and 3 kid styles).
The collection is comprised of reimagined Albatross 82 and Legacy 96 models that feature the Swedish-Finn writer's fabric design, deep-blue and warm orange-blue color tones, and playful prints of Moomin characters and aesthetics.
This collection is now available on the official Karhu website. The Albatross 82 in “Stellar/Cameo Blue” colorway retails at $98 or about 3,200 THB while the Legacy 96 in “Burton Orange/Rainy Day” colorway goes for $130 or about 4,200 THB.
Prada x adidas Superstar
After the renowned launch of the highly-limited PRADA Adidas Superstar back in December 2019 alongside the Italian fashion house's bowling bag (only 700 seats available), the epic collaboration continues as Prada decides to put more luxurious twists on the classic Superstar model.
The PRADA Adidas Superstar was revealed in Core White/Core Black/Core White colorway and Core Black/Core White/Core Black colorway. Both feature the iconic rubber "shell-toe" with both the brand's logos on the tongue and insoles. There's also a print of "Prada Made in Italy" on the sides and Adidas logo on the heels.
The exact release date of the new PRADA Adidas Superstar has yet to be announced (at the time of writing), but they should become available on the official Adidas website and Prada shops soon at $450 or about 14,600 THB.
Dior Walk’n’Dior Oblique Mid-High Sneaker
World-renowned high-end brand Dior welcomes a new pair of sneakers to its luminous Walk’n’Dior family. The creation features white calf leather panels, Christian Dior signature on tonal laces, and the ‘J’Adior’ signature on the heel.
The price of this iconic piece is $990 or about 32,000 THB. You can find them on the official Dior website or at a Dior shop near you.
Supreme x Nike Air Force 1
This Supreme x Nike collaboration had been highly-anticipated by sneakerheads and street fashion enthusiasts around the world since Supreme started dropping teaser images in the early days of 2020. The classic, white-on-white Air Force 1 is given a Supreme treatment with premium-grade leather and features a co-branded footbed and lace lock as well as a printed red Supreme logo at the heel and Supreme-logo laces.
The sneaker is available in 2 colorways, white and black, and retails for $96 or about 3,200 THB with resale prices anticipated to skyrocket to at least 10,000 THB.
This season's Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 has been released since March 5th on the Supreme website and was sold out almost immediately, leaving sneakerheads very frustrated. Supreme had since then announced that they plan to restock the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 continuously throughout the Spring/Summer season, so be sure to follow them on social media for their latest news and updates.
Fear of God Essentials x Converse Chuck 70
One of the most hyped collaborations between the high-end fashion label Fear of God ESSENTIALS and Converse reimagines the classic Chuck 70 with two new colorways, Black/Egret and Ivory/Black. The sneakers maintain the iconic Canvas fabric with the addition of a luxurious leather tongue and Converse star logos on the medial collar, Fear of God branding on each heel and high-gloss rubber midsoles complete the look. The extra-long laces are meant to be wrapped around the collar while the box package will sport a minimal “Essentials” look.
The Fear of God Essentials x Converse Chuck 70 retails on the Converse website and shops at $110 or 3,500 THB. In Thailand, the model had been sold through a lucky draw by Carnival BKK and currently sold out.
Off-White x Air Jordan 5
Virgil Abloh adds a second Jordan to his family of Nike collaborations with the Jordan 5 Retro High Off-White Black, inspired by the Air Jordan 5 Black Metallic, where Virgil decided to merge the classic vibe of the Air Jordan with his very own Off-White style.
Jordan 5 Retro High Off-White Black comes in a Black/Dark Grey color tone, featuring 3M reflective tongues and fire-red Jordan “Jumpman” branding.
The pair was released on February 15th during the NBA All-Star Weekend 2020 in Chicago and retails for $225 or about 7,300 THB.
Nike LeBron VII QS Fairfax
Another masterpiece from the Nike LeBron team with the Nike LeBron VII QS Fairfax, a shout out to Fairfax High School. The leather-dominant sneaker comes with an L23 logo of Lebron James himself with "FAIRFAX" text on the medial side and Air Max renowned cushioning technology.
The Black/Varsity Red/Varsity Maize colorway was inspired by the Fairfax Lions' basketball "Away" jersey. It retails at 7,000 THB and has been released since March 1st.
Stella McCartney x Adidas Ultra Boost
After 10 years of collaboration since 2005, this year Stella McCartney and Adidas have decided to release the new Ultra Boost 20 for runners (and fashionistas) to enjoy. The jubilant pastel candy-colors of yellow, pink, and blue would certainly sweeten up your day. Did we also mention that the materials used to make this sneaker are all recycled materials to help promote sustainability?
The Ultra Boost 20 had been released on February 6th on the Adidas website and Stellamccartney website at $299 or about 7,400 THB.
Adidas Pharrell Williams 4D
The 4D model sneaker from the Adidas Pharrell Williams camp is considered by many as one of the best running shoes available. It currently comes in two color schemes, Active Purple and Tech Olive.
The pair features a full Primeknit construction with patented cushioning and Ash Green Chunky style soles. They currently retail for $400 or about 13,000 THB.
Mickey Mouse x adidas Stan Smith
The latest collaboration between Adidas and Disney transformed the timeless Stan Smith model into the magical Mickey Mouse x Adidas Stan Smith for fans of the beloved mouse character to enjoy.
Nothing celebrates the Chinese New Year and the arrival of the “Year of the Rat (Mouse)” more perfectly than bringing the iconic Mickey Mouse to life with two Stan Smith sneakers, the “CNY Mickey Mouse Stan Smith 3D” and the “CNY Mickey Mouse – Out of Office Stan Smith,” The 3D Stan Smith comes with a pair of 3D glasses, while the Out of Office pairs feature a handwritten printed message declaring that Mickey is taking a trip away for the Lunar New Year.
The Adidas CNY Mickey Mouse pack had officially made its way to Thailand and was retailing for 4,500 THB, but is unfortunately sold out for the time being.
Reebok Revenge Club C x Tom & Jerry
Reebok elects to bring your favorite childhood cat-and-mouse duo “Tom & Jerry” from Warner Bros. into their sneaker design by giving their Club C Revenge model a revamp with a warming Earth tone, contrasting yellow accents throughout the shoe, and a “Tom & Jerry” sign on the side.
You can also choose from two sets of laces, the regular white version and the fluffy yellow “cheese” version. The Reebok Revenge Club C x Tom & Jerry retails in Thailand for 2,990 THB on the Reebok website.
Greenhouse x Paperboy Paris x New Balance 801 (Coffee Latte)
Foot Locker's Greenhouse is a collaboration with Paris-based restaurant Paperboy Paris on a New Balance 801 that's inspired by the store's signature Coffee Latte where to shoe’s upper features a rich brown color scheme.
It had been released since February 7th at a retail price of $110 or about 3,500 THB.
Nike SB Dunk Low “Safari”
2020 is officially SB Dunk Low’s year so far as the brand had been on a roll since the start of the year with an artist collaboration and new model releases for the SB Dunk Low fans around the world.
The “Safari” comes in White/Black/Yellow/Green color tones with polka dots throughout the shoe and green-yellow Swoosh logos referring to the Safari theme. The show had been released on March 14th and retails at $100 or about 3,200 THB.
Converse White Pro Leather 1980 Low
Converse has reeled through its archives and decided on a fresh take on a retro Leather 1900 Low silhouette. The modern overhaul sees an installment of an all-new drawcord lacing system with a mint green drawcord adjustment button, tonal laces with orange tips, and a crisp white colorway with bright green accents.
Converse White Pro Leather 1980 Low is now available at sneaker retail shops and websites at $88 or about 2,900 THB a pair.
Converse x TheSoloist. “All Star Disrupt CX“
Another Converse on our list, this time a collaboration with TheSoloist to create a limited-edition shoe called “All Star Disrupt CX” that boasts its innovations and uniqueness iconic to TheSoloist brand.
The triangular leather sign on the side writes “I AM THE SOLOIST. SINCE 2010”, a feature present on all Converse x TheSoloist models as well as the words “HELLO! I AM THE SOLOIST. SINCE 2010” screened on the inside of the shoelace holes.
The Converse All Star Disrupt CX x TheSoloist. is now available at the Carnival Store at 4,900 THB.
Sheila Rashid x Air Jordan 1 Mid “Unite”
Jordan Brand and Chicago’s Bespoke designer, Sheila Rashid decided to collaborate on the Air Jordan 1 Mid as part of the UNITE collection/campaign.
The split in the appearance of this shoe can be seen distinctly with the Purple tumbled leather on the toe and part of the overlay while Grey suede is applied to the panels and heel. Grey leather is used for the ankle, Swoosh, and tongue labels while there is co-branding of Sheila Rashid and UNITE on the insoles.
The sneaker had been released on March 2nd at $140 or about 4,500 THB.
Adidas ZX 8000 “Lethal Nights”
As a follow-up to the ZX 8000 Lethal Nights released earlier in 2020, Adidas decided to drop a new, darker colorway that features a unique blend of grey, orange, and beige inspired by the desert while the grey-white patterns of the body represent the striking colors of a rattlesnake.
This variation of the Adidas ZX 8000 "Lethal Nights" was released in retail stores since February 6th at $155 or about 5,000 THB.
StrangeLove Skateboards x Nike SB
This collaboration between Nike and StrangeLove Skateboards picks out the popular Nike SB Dunk Low as the base design for a sweet uplift using Valentine’s Day White/Pink/Red color tones, heart motifs, and StrangeLove’s iconic heart-meets-mind “Heart Skull” logo under the Swoosh on both sides.
Rounding up the design is a red crushed velvet interior lining, red rope laces, and a pure white midsole paired with a translucent pink outsole covering red and blue hearts scattered under the forefoot and heel. The collab retails for $100 or about 3,200 THB.
Il Bisonte x Mizuno Mondo Control
Italian luxury leather brand II Bisonte decided to join forces with Mizuno to revamp the Mondo Control model that was originally released way back in 1995 and designed specifically to provide stability and support to all types of runners.
The rework by II Bisonte showcases their signature touch with added elegant leather materials, Dark Grey/Light Grey color tone, and contrasting light grey laces. This Il Bisonte x Mizuno Mondo Control is available on the Mizuno JP website for 23,100 JPY or about 6,900 THB.
Nike Dunk Low ‘Plum’
Nike has decided to bring back one of the more celebrated Dunks of the 2000s with the “Plum” Dunk Low from 2001’s “Ugly Duckling” pack and in 2011 for the high-top SB. This drop, however, will be the “Plum” Dunk Low’s first-ever retro.
This new version doesn't stray far from 2001 original, with multiple shades of purple coming together throughout the predominately suede sneaker with the Swoosh logo, outer sole, and laces in red. The retail price in Thailand is set at 3,600 THB but has unfortunately been sold out for a while now.
Nike Air Max 97 “White/Ice Blue”
Another Air Max on the list. You might’ve noticed that this past 1-2 years the Air Max 97 had been gaining a lot of traction for its sweltering style and sleek bullet train-inspired design lines that prompted Nike to keep releasing new colorways for the model.
This time, it’s the turn of the scalding “White/Ice Blue” colorway where fire meets ice on the outsole, creating a chilly translucent blue rubber as well as a large blue Swoosh on the insoles. The "White/Ice Blue" colorway of the Air Max 97 can be found on the Nike website with the retail tag in Thailand at 6,400 THB.
adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 DESERT SAGE
Yeezy finally released the “V2” edition of the highly popular YEEZY BOOST 350 DESERT SAGE. This new colorway features a tonal sage green lightweight Primeknit upper, full-length BOOST sole, and reflective side stripes.
The Adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 DESERT SAGE was released on March 14, 2020, via the Adidas website at 7,800 THB for adults, 5,800 THB for kids, and 5,000 THB for infants. As expected, the sneakers sold out within a few minutes of release.
Nike Free RN 5.0 2020
The idea behind the Nike Free RN 5.0 was to make the shoes feel as natural to the wearer as possible as if they're going about with their bare feet. Its minimal design was intended for a short running distance, not over 5 km and features a Nike Free midsole that boasts 26% more stretch that supports the natural bending of the feet during walking, running, and jumping motions.
After its initial release early in 2019, Nike decided to drop two new colorways with the Black/White and Grey/Green. These new colors are up for grabs on the official Nike website for 3,600 THB a pair.
Air Jordan 3 Retro UNC
One of the most recognizable shoes in the AJ collection, the Air Jordan 3 is back with a new “UNC” colorway, representing the University of North Carolina where Michael Jordan had graduated from before beginning his professional career with the Chicago Bulls in 1984.
The Air Jordan 3 UNC perfectly blends white and blue color tones in addition to the iconic “Jumpman” logo embroidered in blue on the tongue where the words “Heart” and “Soul” have been secretly embroidered as well.
In Thailand, the Air Jordan 3 Retro UNC retails for 6,700 THB and have been officially released at the SEEK Thailand sneaker retail shop since March 7th. If you’re interested, be sure to visit their website and grab yours before they’re gone.
Dior D-Connect Multicolor Neoprene Sneaker
The D-Connect Multicolor Neoprene Sneaker is part of Dior’s luxury “Chunky” sneaker collection and features a white color tone, wild garden of exotic flowers theme, and Laces with 'DIOR' signature.
The Dior D-Connect Multicolor Neoprene Sneaker had been released this past Valentine’s Day and retails at $1,050 or about 34,000 THB.
Kawhi Leonard x New Balance 997 Sport
The Kawhi Leonard x 997 Sport 'Sunset Pack' features a gradient yellow-orange color scheme, fitting with a picturesque view of a beautiful sunset.
Already released since March 5th on the shelves of sneaker retail stores, the Kawhi Leonard x 997 Sport 'Sunset Pack' sells for 3,690 THB in Thailand on the Supersports website.
Nike Air Max Verona
It’s been nearly 30 years since Nike released its first women’s exclusive Air Max shoe, the Air Verona. Today, Nike decides to add to its recent women-focused Air Max silhouettes, including the “Nike Air Max Thea” and “Nike Air Max Dia” by re-introducing the Air Max Verona featuring extra ankle support, intriguing colors, a neatly knitted Swoosh, and a lifted heel with Nike Air cushion.
The pink version Air Max Verona was officially released on February 5, 2020, before an additional color of Pink/Blue was added to the collection on March 5th. The pairs retail for 4,600 THB and can be found on the official Nike website.
Hoka One One Toa Sky Technical Hiking Boots
The pair of hiking boots that Hoka One One just dropped had also been claimed by them as the “lightest in class” weighing only approximately 420 grams. Designed to give the wearer exceptional support, yet be light enough for speed and responsiveness, the boots sport a simple Black/Grey color tone and uppers made from lightweight synthetics.
It had been released on the Matchesfashion website on March 17, 2020, at 133 GBP or about $165 (approximately 5,400 THB).
mastermind JAPAN x Gravis Tarmac & Rival
mastermind Japan has teamed up with heritage skate brand Gravis for elevated re-works of the Tarmac and Rival in the iconic mastermind colors of White/Black and White/Red.
The mastermind Japan x Gravis Tarmac & Rival is priced at 23,000 JPY or about $214 (approximately 7,000 THB) and had just been released on March 21st.
Dior Grey Oblique Walk'N'Dior
Another pair of sneakers from the Walk’n’Dior collection of Dior, the pair features a luxurious White/Grey/Beige colorway Christian Dior' signature on tongue and laces as well as a white rubber sole with signature and a star, an iconic Christian Dior symbol.
For $950 or about 31,000 THB, you can be the owner of this luxurious fashion piece. Be sure to find them on the official Dior website or Dior shops near you.
Puma Clyde Hardwood Retro Fantasy Puma White-Orange Pop
The latest Puma Clyde Hardwood Retro Fantasy Puma White-Orange Pop pays homage to the living NBA legend Walt "Clyde" Frazier who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1987 and had just celebrated his 75th birthday this past March 29th.
This colorful creation features a white-based upper and neon orange and pink accents around the heels and neon yellow around the toe area.
The Puma Clyde Hardwood Retro Fantasy Puma White-Orange Pop retails for $130 or about 4,300 THB and has already been released since March 1, 2020.
B23 DIOR and DANIEL ARSHAM Low-Top Sneaker in 'NEWSPAPER' Print
Designed in a collaboration between luxury brand Dior and critically-acclaimed American artist Daniel Arsham, The B23 high-top sneakers with "newspaper" print is a stylish interpretation of a classic sneaker shape. The high-tops feature innovative clear mesh casing while the outsole sports the iconic Dior logo.
The price for this pair of luxury sneakers is set at $990 or about 32,000 THB and you can find them on the Dior website and Dior shops near you.
Nike LeBron VII China Moon
Nike decided to reissue the “China Moon” colorway of the LeBron 7 silhouette, originally a China-exclusive colorway from back in 2009, that features white and gold across its synthetic leather uppers and several Chinese characters throughout the shoe including LeBron James’ Chinese nickname “Little Emperor”.
This pair had been released on the Nike website since early-January with a price tag of about 7,000 THB
Adidas NMD R1 Chalk White
The NMD is considered one of the most popular models of Adidas where sneakerheads have enjoyed numerous releases of new styles now and then since the model's initial release back in 2015.
As we step into the 5th year with this popular NMD model, Adidas has decided to add a "Chalk White" outfit to its catalog featuring a simple, yet elegant Earth tone of white and beige. This, of course, also comes with extremely comfortable Adidas' BOOST-cushioning we all know and love.
The Adidas NMD R1 Chalk White was released on March 1st at $130 or about 4,200 THB. Let’s hope they make their way to Thailand real soon.
And that’s the end of our list for 50 Sneakers released this past January – March. If you find anything you like, be sure to visit the brand’s online stores to check them out. With the current COVID-19 situation (at the time of writing), many brands have decided to roll out promotions including discounts and free shipping. Just be recheck your shopping cart before checkout as things can often get out of hand when we shop online!