What’s in the adidas NBA All-Star 2020 collection?

Posted: 10 February 2020 11:35 am
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The Three Stripes has just unveiled an entire basketball shoe range with the help of renowned Chicago-based creatives.

With the NBA All-Star Weekend just around the corner, adidas has revealed a slew of new kicks to celebrate the event. Offering up both performance and lifestyle silhouettes, there's plenty to love about this brand new collection.

First up from the basketball side are two pairs of AdiZero Rose 1s. Derrick Rose's signature sneaker will be released in both "Concrete Rose" and "Simeon Academy" colourways, with rose petal designs decorating the uppers.

Each pair is set to release on 14 February in the US, meaning that we should hopefully see them on the Australian adidas site soon after. The kicks are slated to retail for US$140 each.

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Next up, Damian Lillard's Dame 6 model gets a 90s inspired makeover by American Rapper Pusha T. Inspired by each star rising to the top of their respective fields, the sneakers feature the text "I Am My Own Fan" printed across the midsole.

The pair is slated to drop in the US on 14 February for US$140.

adidas NBA All-star collection

James Harden and Daniel Patrick meanwhile continue their partnership with a new Harden Vol.4 design. The black and orange pair is the lightest Harden sneaker yet and will also drop on 14 February for a retail price of US$150.

adidas NBA All-star collection

A pair of Donovan Mitchell's D.O.N. Issue #1s is also set to arrive in a striking black and orange colourway from 28 February. The pair will retail for US$100.

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Completing the mix are two new pairs of the Pro Model 2G shell toe. The first arrives in a mix of metallic gold and black leather, while the other sticks to the classic Superstar colouring.

The styles are set to be worn by Brandon Ingram, Kyle Lowry, Trae Young, Patrick Beverley and Zach LaVine at the All-Star weekend and will begin to drop online from 10 February.

adidas NBA All-star collection

In addition to the basketball range, several pairs of lifestyle shoes will also be up for grabs. Four of the silhouettes have been designed in collaboration with contemporary streetwear label Fat Tiger Workshop, with Chicago street culture serving as inspiration for the styles.

The line sees three new takes on the iconic adidas Originals Superstar silhouette including a patent red "Chicago Girls Do It Better" model, a soft pink "Paradise Lost" style and a DJ-inspired "Chicago Plays Harder" iteration. An olive green "We All We Got" Rivalry Hi also joins the mix.

Each style is slated to roll out on the adidas site from 15 February, with prices ranging between US$100-$110.

The adidas Originals label has also tapped creative Jasmine Jones for a new "Heart Court" Pro Model and a "P.D" Top Ten Hi. Jones is known for her Chicago basketball court images, which have inspired each design.

The two pairs will drop onto the US adidas website from 15 February.

You can check out the lifestyle range below:

adidas NBA All-star collection

adidas NBA All-star collection

adidas NBA All-star collection

adidas NBA All-star collection

adidas NBA All-star collection

For more adidas news, sneaker release dates and discounts, you can check out our adidas hub.

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