Brand: NikeCraft x Tom Sachs

Model: Mars Yard Overshoe

Key Features: Waterproof Dyneema upper, dual Fidlock buckle closures, and an updated SFB sole unit featuring “A new tread pattern, created by a small sipping at the highpoints of the outsole” according to Nike

Release Date: May 9, following a limited Dover Street Market release in October 2018.

Price: £390 (approximately $508 USD) / €450

Buy: NikeOne Block Down, BSTN, END. Clothing, Footpatrol, Solebox, Voo, and other select retailers.

Editor’s Notes: After 2012’s Mars Yard Shoe and 2017’s Mars Yard Shoe 2.0, Tom Sachs and NikeCraft now debut the Mars Yard Overshoe. “The Mars Yard Overshoe, its nickname is the March Yard — for March, the worst month of the year. It is wet, your feet are wet the whole month of March,” says Tom Sachs.

“NIKECraft is an adjective," continues Sachs. "It means a combination of things only Nike can produce and things only Sachs can produce. It is fifty-fifty. It is an aesthetic of transparency." 

The product release coincides with the London premiere of Sachs’ latest film Paradox Bullets.

Check out our exclusive interview with Sachs where he breaks down the details of the Mars Yard Overshoe.

For a deeper dive into Nike, watch the video below.

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