Jordan Brand, Nike and Converse’s NBA All-Star range: Your first look
All three sneaker brands are collaborating for the NBA All-Star weekend – see every single shoe here.
The NBA All-Star Weekend 2020 is almost upon us, and the background of the main event just so happens to be Chicago.
The Jordan Brand, Nike and Converse have decided to work together to pay homage to the city, presenting a huge sneaker pack that you absolutely need to see.
How many sneakers are there? Keep on scrolling and feast your eyes on the 18 pairs of kicks.
Where to buy: This pack of sneakers is set to start rolling out on Nike online during January and February. We have a feeling that most of the styles will drop around the actual All-Star Weekend which runs from February 14-16.
The heroes of this collection are definitely those in the "New Beginnings" pack pictured above. It includes the Air Jordan 1 Hi '85 and the Air Ship, arriving in a bold red and white colourway, a nod to the Chicago Bulls.
You can also take your pick from an Air Jordan 34, an Air Jordan 3 "Retro U", a women's Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 34 SE, an Air Jordan 9 "Racer Blue" and two takes on Russell Westbrook's Why Not Zer0.3.
A pair of LeBron 17s arrives in a "Monstars" style ahead of next year's highly anticipated Space Jam 2. Meanwhile, the Kyrie 6 takes on a red and gold theme – nodding to the championship. The other silhouettes include a KD 12, Zoom Freak 1 and PG 4.
Converse is one of the true originators of basketball footwear, so it's fitting to have it feature in this collection. The All Star Pro BB and the Pro Leather have been re-imagined into two funky colourways.
For more, you can check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, the best deals and a comprehensive list of release dates.
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