NCAA March Madness-A collection of colorful racing shoes

In the US the time from the second week of March to the first week of April is the sprint period for the American College Basketball Tournament (NCAA). 

In March of this year the 68 most dominant NCAA teams met to meet at the NCAA First Class, the championship stage known more closely as March Madness. The players will compete over the colors of the college jerseys, as well as capture the attention of the NBA scout. Because of that dedication, March Madness has always had furious matches, with unpredictable finishes.

This is a collection of matches that are of immense importance to the American basketball community, not only because they mainly decide the NCAA throne, but also where NBA basketball team scouts watch young talent. Take the right choices in the NBA Draft Era on 22 June. With such chaos and significance, this 3-4 week cycle is also called ‘March Madness.’

Therefore, on the occasion of March Madness arriving, adidas launched a new Color Mix Range for Universities under the adidas sponsorship scheme called “adidas’ Create Your Collection” this year. 

A group of 9 teams from 9 colleges will earn their own unique color scheme. The set of three adidas D’Lillard 3, adidas Harden Vol.1 and adidas Insane Explosive with exclusive paint schemes will be available in shops near universities where their team is adidas. This is the sponsor.

Unique colour schemes will be sold in shops near adidas-sponsored colleges

Below are some comprehensive pictures of these 9 “Exclusive” shoes, including 9 schools in Arizona, Indiana, Kansas. Louisville, Miami, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Nebraska and Texas A&M. The line is scheduled to be released and available on in the immediate future.

March Madness is also a chance for shoemakers to show off their exclusive shoes, and Jordan is no different. 

The Jumpman brand releases 5 ‘exclusive’ models for five Jordan-sponsored colleges, Michigan, North Carolina University, Georgetown, Marquette and California. All of them will sport new jackets with the Jordan 31 Low model with a recommended retail price of $160.