Top 5 Releases of March 2016 March 30 2016, 0 Comments

5. Nike Kyrie 2 Duke PE

Kyrie Irving may have only played five games for Duke, but his love runs deep. Although they were knocked out of the tournament early, Duke got some loving and a school PE dropped for everyone. Usually the Duke colorways don't bear any school branding, these are more than obvious.

4. Nike Kobe XI 'Bruce Lee'

The Bruce Lee colorway doesn't come correct until the slashes are seen. Both shoes get the four red slashes on the heel on the Nike Kobe XI 'Warrior Spirit'. Gold is always flashy but when you mix it with black and add red accents, these can only be described with flame emojis.

3. Asics x Ronnie Fieg 'Sterling'

Ronnie Fieg has the Midas touch. He continues to use simplicity to his advantage to create masterpieces with Asics. With a neutral grey upper, these get a light blue front for a splash of personality.  If these were untouched by Fieg, nobody would even know Asics had a GT Cool Express model.

2. Nike Ultra Flyknit Air Force 1 'Multicolor'

The Air Force 1 is may look the same but the latest changes has improved a classic look. The shoes are now feather light and bear the latest and greatest, Flyknit material. Multicolor Flyknit is always a win. If you ever get a chance, pick up a pair of the Ultra Flyknit Air Forces and prepare to be amazed.

1. Nike Kobe IV Black Mamba 'Collection'

Realistically, it would've been easy to put all of the Black Mamba Collection models on this list. The Nike Zoom Kobe 4 is the shoe to change it for Kobe. He won his first ring without Shaq in these and shoes began a low-top revolution. In a 'PSNY-esque' all grey upper, these are exceptionally clean and is arguably one of the best models.

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