March was an undeniably turbulent month for many, but Nike has sent it off in style with an extensive restock on SNKRS. Six silhouettes ranging from November 2018 to February 2020 were released without warning at noon EDT on March 31: the Dunk Low “Viotech” and “Plum,” the SB Dunk High “Walk the Dog/Dogwalker” and “Bred,” plus the Air Jordan 1 SB “NYC to Paris” and Air Jordan 1 “Twist.” Where the first four styles were available without restriction, the AJ1s both required special access.
Rumors of another, larger restock on Nike SNKRS come April 1 have been swirling, but have yet to be confirmed by the brand. However, one pair has already been loaded up on SNKRS US with an April 1 drop date: Jerry Lorenzo‘s Air Fear of God Moc in “Pure Platinum.”
@thesitesupplyNike SNKRS app is restocking TONS of discounted shoes Wednesday at 10am EST ##sidehustle ##hypebeast ##sneakers ##foryourpage ##foryoupage ##fyp ##foryou
With the novel coronavirus continuing to disrupt release schedules — both the Air Jordan 1 “Court Purple” and Air Jordan 6 “Hare” have been pushed back — these restocks enable sneakerheads to get their hands on pairs from months past, and may continue through the spring season. Stay tuned to Nike SNKRS for more info.
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