Tom Sachs x Nike Mars Yard Overshoe Set to Rerelease This Month

A second chance to cop.

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After releasing for the first time back in October 2018, the collaborative Mars Yard Overshoe from Tom Sachs and Nike is set to relaunch in the near future. The collaboration sees a Mars Yard 2.0 sneaker stitched into a protective layer, which is covered with waterproof Dyneema fabric.

Other features of the overshoe include a tension cord and two magnetic buckles. The protective layer can also be rolled down to allow the feet to breathe. The overshoe comes in a white and “Cobalt” colorway, offset by detailing and hardware — including the buckles and heel tab — coming in a bright “Sport Red” color.

Take another look at the Tom Sachs x Nike Mars Yard Overshoe in the gallery above, and expect it to arrive at retailers including END. on May 9. You can register for END.’s raffle on its web store now.

In other Nike news, take a look at the Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Air VaporMax 2019.

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