10 Sneaker Headlines To Remember From March 2014
There are a lot of sneaker stories to keep track of on a daily basis, and we here at Sneaker News to our best to keep you abreast of all of them. And, when the month comes to its close, we like to take a look back at all the most significant events that went down, the ones that are most likely to have a lasting effect on the culture. Fortunately, March of 2014 provided plenty of those. So what were the biggest sneaker headlines from March of 2014?
Nikestore did quite a bit of shaking things up by both modifying their purchasing process and bringing back a good number of coveted pairs that we’d assumed were long gone. adidas had some pretty strong blows between the frenzy whipped up by their new ZX Flux silhouette and the official word regarding their acquisition of Pharrell Williams. Anyway, we don’t want to spoil it all for you in this space, so continue reading for these ten headlines and tell us in the comments which was the most memorable for you.
@kevin cee ur not thinkinging about buying nikes verification sysyem or a 20 year old custum pair of foams #asshole
fall and summer even spring lot better then winter between the 11s 3s 14 and the lj 11 low lineup around the corner
I am glad Nike (and hopefully others) did the capatcha thing. There was no reason why I couldn't get the kicks I wanted online (was able to get it all the other times).
Those AJ14's Ferrari's need to come out way before Fall but I wait (lets hope they implement that capatcha thing for that release), also hope for another "carbon" release for the AJ 14's (BRED's carbon please)
And Nike and other sites need to stop announcing restocks... well ok, announce it but sometimes it was just fun t go back to the site and it had a restock