2021 NOCTA Spring collection: Release date, how to buy in SA
The mysterious roll out of everything Drake touches causes a frenzy and this time, his flagship merch brand NOCTA is the bane of irritation in fans who are anticipating a new drop.
NOCTA Spring Collection 2021 confirmed
Well, it may be a while before we get a whiff of 6God’s sixth studio album but at least, we have an inkling of when fans will get the opportunity to crash servers trying to latch onto the 2021 NOCTA Spring collection.
In a newsletter that’s done the rounds, the Nike-collaborated brand confirmed that the next NOCTA drop will most certainly be on Monday 5 April 2021.
At this time, no teasers have been unveiled on what this Spring collection will feature. We are quite certain that climate change has not yet reared its head ugly enough to make puffer jackets the in-thing on warm and sunny Spring days.
In the same breath, though, the southern hemisphere is headed towards a cold season so, who knows? It’s a matter of seeing what NOCTA will bring forth. It must be said, this Instagram post from the brand’s official account sure did the number on providing antsy fans with ‘Easter eggs’.
How to buy NOCTA in South Africa
Getting hold of NOCTA products is an online shopping war that sees the world’s fiercest OVO fans duking it out at the checkout point. The reality is, there is a small chance of successfully purchasing a NOCTA piece, no matter where you are in the world.
If you do happen to secure a purchase (the chances are very slim), for South Africans, there is still the daunting gamble of having the item/s shipped to your local address.
In the midst of a global pandemic, international courier services have been hit hard by entry restrictions at ports of entry. Specifically, countries are hesitant on docking in South Africa due to the spread of the Y501.V2 variant of Covid-19,
Here is the latest shipping information from different couriers on their international delivery policy:
The courier service is shipping to South Africa. However, as stated on their website, they “are currently experiencing international inbound and domestic service delays
DHL Express is currently shipping to South Africa but expect a one-to-four-day delay in the normal turnaround time.