Nike is celebrating the upcoming Black History Month in February with a crazy collection of 28 items including 12 shoes and 16 apparel and accessory articles. The kicks include black/white color schemes of their latest signature releases, including the LeBron 12, Kyrie 1, KD 7, Kobe 9 Elite, the Air Jordan XX9, Air Jordan 1 and more.
A portion of proceeds will benefit the Ever Higher Fund, which supports organizations that benefit underserved youth through sport.
All four of our current Nike Basketball signature athletes have BHM shoes and t-shirts, and the NBA celebrates MLK Day on Jan. 19.
Here are the Black History Month iterations of Nike’s signature basketball kicks for LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant:
KOBE 9 ELITE
Jordan Brand is also well represented as part of Nike Basketball’s 2015 Black History Month collection with the Air Jordan 1 Retro High and AJ XX9s:
There’s also BHM iterations of the The Air Force 1 Duckboot, Air Max 1, Dunk Low Premium SB and the Women’s Nike Air Max 1 and Air Force 1 Downtown Premium:
AIR FORCE 1 DUCKBOOT
AIR MAX 1
DUNK LOW PREMIUM SB
WOMEN’S NIKE AIR MAX 1
WOMEN’S NIKE AIR FORCE 1 DOWNTOWN
The 2015 Black History Month collection pays tribute to athletes and leaders: Theotis Beasley, Jerry Rice, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Brianna Rollins, and John Thompson.
The 2015 BHM Collection will be available globally at nike.com and select retail locations beginning Jan. 17.
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