Although the Nike Air Max 90 reveled in the spotlight throughout 2020 as it marked its 30th anniversary, the silhouette hasn’t retreated to obscurity. Instead, it’s emerged in dozens of impressive colorways throughout the new year’s first three months, with the latest arriving in spring-friendly “Sail” and pastel green tones. Akin to the “Exeter Edition” style, the newly-surfaced pair features a predominately muted base. Yet, the forthcoming option infuses faint green across its “Sail” and “Summit White” paneling, with the mudguards and lace-reminiscent material at the toe box and collar area boasting the light color. TPU components on the heel indulge in a bolder shade of the Easter-friendly hue, while simultaneously introducing a semi-translucent finish into the mix; waffle-patterned outsoles follow suit. As with other Air Max propositions made specifically for women, the shoes feature a removable lace dubrae.

If you’ve participated in any of this past year’s most notable sneaker drops, then you know that Ws are very, very hard to come by. 2021 Yeezy Boost seems to understand the feeling all too well, and they’re alleviating some of that non-buyers’ remorse with the “Golden Ticket,” a Willy Wonka level treat that entitles you to a guaranteed win. Something new for the digital age of sneaker culture, the award is redeemable via the adidas CONFIRMED app, granting you any purchase for a period of 30 days. Premier releases like the A-ZX series and collaborations are all applicable. If you’re hoping to be one of the lucky few, you’ll have to enter the drawing that will go live on adidas CONFIRMED from March 13th to March 20th. Once chosen, winners will automatically win any of their currently entered draws for 30 days.

 Buy Yeezy Boost Online imprint had a slow start to 2021, but it’s recently had a fire lit under it as a handful of Yeezy release dates were confirmed. The ever-divisive Yeezy Foam Runner emerged in a tonal “Sand” colorway set to launch on March 26th. The now-ubiquitous Yeezy Boost 350 V2 surfaced in monochromatic takes that that’ve breathed new life to the silhouette. “Mono Ice” and “Mono Mist” colorways are accompanied by a “cage”-reminiscent base visible through not Primeknit, but monofilament mesh. On the mainline adidas end, Bad Bunny’s Forum Low collaboration received a release date: March 17th. Given how busy the Puerto Rican superstar has been as of recent, it’s no surprise the pair’s “Cardboard” and “Mesa” color palette was inspired by his mandatory morning coffee. The German sportswear brand also tapped its kin (for now), Reebok, for the latest offering under the “A-ZX” banner: The ZX Pump blends the original Instapump Fury and ZX 8000.