AIr Jordan 5 ‘OlIve’ (2 Mart)

The Olive color combination is returning to shelves after 18 years. Just like we saw with the Air Jordan 3 Cool Grey and Air Jordan 4 Thunder colors in recent years, the tradition continues with the reappearance of the same color after years. The khaki model with orange details, featuring a reflective tongue, is making its way back onto shelves for the first time since 2006.

NIke Dunk Low ‘Waffle’(5 Mart)

Nike’s flagship Dunk surprises us this time with a suede tongue structure and patterns, contrary to what we’re used to. Not only does Nike use the usual waffle colors, but it also delights enthusiasts with a different Dunk model featuring a waffle pattern embroidered on the side panel.

WMNS NIke Dunk Low Next Nature ‘Soft Yellow’ (5 Mart)

Nike celebrates the arrival of spring with its eco-friendly Dunk model released under the Next Nature label, preparing itself for summer. The shoe, featuring shades of light blue, cream, and yellow, is made from at least 20% recycled materials.

TravIs Scott x Jordan Jumpman Jack ‘SaIl’ (5 mart)

Travis Scott is taking a new step in his collaboration with Jordan by releasing his signature “Travis Scott x Jordan Jumpman Jack” model this spring. The shoes will feature distinctive elements such as brown tones, the Cactus Jack logo, and an inverted Swoosh, similar to his previous collaborations. The shoes were initially released in limited quantities on February 4th but will be made available for a wider release on March 5th.

Jacquemus x NIke J Force 1 (5 Mart)

Last year, the duo of Jacquemus and Nike, who began collaborating, surprised us with their first product. This time, they present us with the same J Force 1 silhouette in shades of brown.

AIr Jordan 1 HIgh OG WMNS ‘Cacao Wow/Sand DrIft’ (6 Mart)

A new Air Jordan 1 High OG model is coming exclusively for women: the “Cacao Wow/Sand Drift.” This model, a blend of brown and beige tones, is complemented by a sand-colored midsole and brown outsole.

SocIal Status x NIke Mac Attack ‘SummIt WhIte’ (8 Mart)

The Nike Mac Attack silhouette, which regained popularity last year, continues its momentum. After the collaboration with Travis Scott, this time Social Status takes hold of this model and presents a predominantly simple white model.

NIke Zoom Vomero 5 ‘Black/Blue Gaze’ (8 Mart)

One of Nike’s rising shoes from last year, the Zoom Vomero 5, continues to offer new options to its fans without slowing down. Known for its comfort and suitability for daily wear, the Vomero 5, in addition to its black-and-white structure, now features blue and orange details, earning its place on the shelves.

Stüssy x Converse Chuck 70 (8 Mart)

Stüssy and Converse duo, just like in 2022 and 2023, are offering fans two new colorways this year as well. Converse, preparing to release two different Chuck 70 models, one in baby blue high-top and the other in red low-top, will hit the shelves on March 8th with various structures and Stüssy details.

Nıke Aır Max 1 ’86 OG ‘Museum Masterpıece’ (9 Mart)

Nike pays homage to the legacy of the Air Max 1, created by the iconic designer Tinker Hatfield, with the “Museum Masterpiece” collection. Featuring marble-like suede details and original design elements, it takes its place on shelves as a dazzling piece for both collectors and sneaker enthusiasts.

Aır Jordan 4 WMNS ‘Whıte/Gold’ (9 Mart)

The Air Jordan 4 model, which we first saw photos of last year, excites enthusiasts with the addition of gold details to its simple white color. The long-awaited release, which has been anticipated since its debut, is finally coming to an end in the coming days.

Teenage Mutant Nınja Turtles x adıdas Superstar ‘Shelltoe’ (22 Mart)

Adidas’ iconic Superstar model is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a “Shelltoe” color option for the Ninja Turtles. Featuring a green upper with a turtle shell pattern and special details, the Superstar will delight collectors and Ninja Turtles fans alike.

Nıke Aır Max 1 ’86 ‘Royal’ (26 Mart)

Nike is adding another model to its lineup released annually for Air Max Day. This year’s colorway is not entirely unfamiliar; rather, it’s one of the originals. The model comes in the blue and white colors of one of the first color combinations of the Air Max 1 silhouette, designed by Tinker Hatfield, featuring the same characteristics and appearance as its initial release in 1986.