Sneaker Releases | How To Cop This Weeks Top Drops | 11th March ‘24 - The Drop Date

Sneaker Releases | How To Cop This Weeks Top Drops | 11th March ‘24

Sneaker Releases 11th March

Keeping track of sneaker releases can be tricky at the best of times, but as the OG’s in Organising The Chaos, we’ve made it simple for you. Below is a list of the hottest drops this week, so you don’t take any L’s! Check our newsfeed every Monday for an updated round up. 

Thursday 14th March

Nike Alphafly 3 ‘Volt’ | FD8315-700

Nike Alphafly 3 ‘Volt’ | FD8315-700

When it comes to shoes that will help you go the extra mile, it doesn’t get much better than the Alphafly 3. Built with innovation at the core of its construction, the model isn’t nicknamed the fastest shoe in the world for no reason. Donning an eye-catching palette of ‘Volt’, ‘Dusty Cactus’ and ‘Total Orange’, you won’t be easily missed when you’re racing through the finish line in these! Two Air Zoom units, a ZoomX midsole and full-length carbon fibre plate come together to form a dynamic trio, cementing the Alphafly 3 as a product of tailored innovation that you can rely on. 

Nike Alphafly 3 ‘Volt’ | FD8315-700 >>

New Balance 991v2

‘Rosewood’ (U991MG2) / ‘Silver Blue’ (U991SG2)

New Balance 991v2 Sneaker Releases 11th March

Continuing to bring us more and more Made in England heat, New Balance is delivering two neutral colourways: ‘Rosewood’ and ‘Silver Blue’. Landing just in time for spring, each offering expresses a predominantly subdued palette, flaunting an array of tonal hues across the upper. Working atop a grey base, each silhouette communicates their core shade within supple suede overlays, accompanied by warm hits of colour in the midsole. Leather tongue labels effortlessly exude that premium-craftsmanship aura that NB is all about, and as always, we’re impressed!

New Balance 991v2 >>

ASICS Gel-1130 ‘Black’ | 1201A906-001

ASICS Gel-1130 ‘Black’ - 1201A906-001

Returning to the scene for a restock, the ASICS GEL-1130 ‘Black’ is one of those shoes that perfectly encapsulates both contemporary and retro style. Crafted from a blend of premium mesh and synthetic materials, you can count on these kicks to provide unparalleled functionality, as well as a crisp aesthetic. The stand out feature – the stealthy silver four-stripes emblem – captures attention with a metallic finish, only elevating the agile persona. If you didn’t manage to cop the first time around, set your alarms and don’t lack!

ASICS Gel-1130 ‘Black’ | 1201A906-001 >>

Air Max Plus x Nike Mercurial Vapor 15 ‘Sunset’ | FJ2704-001

Air Max Plus x Nike Mercurial Vapor 15 ‘Sunset’ | FJ2704-001

After the huge hit of the ‘Voltage Purple’ style in January 2024, flaunted by none other than Mbappé, Nike is back at it again. This March, they’re unleashing a brand new Mercurial, sported by none other than Vinicius Jr. from Real Madrid. Inspired by the iconic Air Max Plus ‘Sunset’ from ’98, the shoe celebrates 25 years of legacy. Just like before, these shoes rock the same features as your regular Mercurial football boots – think Zoom Air unit and Flyknit upper, giving you top-notch comfort and control while you’re out on the pitch.

Air Max Plus x Nike Mercurial Vapor 15 ‘Sunset’ | FJ2704-001 >>

Friday 15th March

ASICS Sportstyle GEL-TERRAIN ‘Seal Grey’ | 1203A342-020

Sneaker Releases 11th March ASICS Sportstyle GEL-TERRAIN ‘Seal Grey’ - 1203A342-020

Introducing the silhouette last year, there’s no doubt that the ASICS GEL-TERRAIN has a big year ahead. And what better way to get the ball rolling than with a streamlined, neutral colourway? Enter – the ‘Seal Grey’ colourway. Taking notes from the performance runners that have come before it, the model provides pristine technicality and an intricate exterior that references the archives. Technical welding and no-sew elements keep things looking clean, complimenting a sophisticatedly crafted upper. Ensuring dynamic comfort no matter where you venture, FLYTEFOAM cushioning and GEL tech form an alliance for a lightweight and responsive journey.  

ASICS Sportstyle GEL-TERRAIN ‘Seal Grey’ | 1203A342-020 >>

END. x HOKA ‘Overland’

Mafate Speed 2 (1155750-THV) / Kaha Low GTX (1155730-CVF)

Sneaker Releases 11th March END. x HOKA ‘Overland’

For their inaugural collaborative debut, END. x HOKA are teaming up for a capsule that explores the freeing concept of overlanding (independently travelling across a long distance in uncharted terrain). Pulling themes of self-fulfilment and resilience from the core theme of venturing, the offering features an END-ified take on HOKA’s Mafate Speed 2 and Kaha Low silhouettes.

These HOKA models, combined with the Newcastle-born retailer’s distinctive streetwear aesthetic, seamlessly communicate the essence of overlanding, utilising self-determination to reach your destination. Whether you’re on the streets or the trail, the ‘Overland’ capsule is the one for reliable performance tech and stylish demeanour.

END. x HOKA ‘Overland’ >>

Nike Air Max 1 ‘Velvet Brown’ | FZ3621-220

Sneaker Releases 11th March Nike Air Max 1 ‘Velvet Brown’ | FZ3621-220

Dressed in a palette that’s both sleek and classy, the AM1 ‘Velvet Brown’ might just be the next edition to your sneaker rotation. Maintaining the conventional combo of mesh base and suede mudguard, this iteration invites leather into the mix, taking shape within the ‘Sail’ overlays and ‘Velvet Brown’ Swoosh. Tonal brown hues throughout the shoe provide a refined aesthetic, with a speckled edge entering at the midsole. Reminding us exactly why the shoe has been a classic since ‘87, you really can’t go wrong with an Air Max 1.

Nike Air Max 1 ‘Velvet Brown’ | FZ3621-220 >>

Check the newsfeed on Monday for an updated list of next week’s drops!

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