It’s the last day of March and that means it’s time to take a look back at the month that passed. And what a month it’s been. If you have lost track of all the launches from March, then we give you the full overview here.
We start things off, where it all ended. With PUMA and their evoACCURACY. The model came out as a limited edition – a further development of the evoPOWER, if you will. The boot was dedicated to Balotelli, who will wear them, if he even features, when Liverpool face Arsenal.
On top of the evoACCURACY Puma had other things cooking this month. It all kicked off, when they launched another colourway update for their evoSPEED boot. And as if that wasn’t enough they also added an extra Limited Edition to the mix. A tribute to their collaboration with Ferrari, which has run for 10 years now.
Topping the list of most launches this March is adidas, who had a whopping five of them. They rounded off the month with the fifth colourway for their Haters-concept. Apart from the green f50 adizero they also had a few other interesting projects to show off.
Luis Suarez got a pair of very special football boots, with his f50 adizero Tattoo Pack, which came out as a limited Edition. Leo Messi got the same special treatment, with the introduction of his first signature boot this year, Pibe De Barr10.
Messi's Pibe de Barr10 is also among the many March launches - find them all here.
In terms of new collection, there was also new stuff from adidas, where they had the Black Pack, as well as a completely new football boot on the menu: adidas Gloro. You can watch JayMike give his thoughts on the Gloro in the video above.
Nike also had a signature boot ready for their golden boy, CR7. A model that again came in both a Superfly and Vapor model, and built on the shimmering design, which blew us away last year. Roro was however not the only player who was fortunate enough to get a special boot from Nike, because Totti also had a pair of ultra-soft Tiempo Legend V made from the amazing Alegria leather. The Intense Heat Pack could be worn by anyone and we look forward to seeing the Nike athletes in action next weekend.
A few National teams were also kitted out and fixed up sharp with new national shirts and here Norway stole the show. This was the first time Norway and Nike collaborated and the stylish new shirt looks to have turned out to be a total result. On top of the Norwegian shirt the Portuguese, French and Dutch also had new away-shirts unveiled.
You keep thinking the last month can’t possibly be topped, but we have just have to look back at March and admit things went pretty crazy. The three biggest brands have once again delivered.