Nike x Converse Black History Month 2020 collection: Your first look

Posted: 20 January 2020 11:48 am


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This is everything you need to know on the iconic collection for Black History Month 2020, featuring the likes of Nike and Converse.

Every year, Nike decide on a special sneaker drop to commemorate the importance of Black History Month.

Earlier this month, we got our first official look at the Air Force 1s in this year's pack. While we were obsessed with just that one style, there's now another three that you need to see, and they are equally as exciting.

This is your first official look at Nike's Black History Month 2020 collection and it just so happens to be in collaboration with Converse.

Release date: The official release date is still kept under wraps but we're expecting sometime in February as that is Black History Month. As soon as we get word on the date, you'll see it here first so watch this space!

Where to shop: The sneaker pack will obviously first be available at Nike. We're not sure which Aussie stockists will also carry the styles but we've got a feeling you may seem them at JD Sports, Platypus Shoes and Hype DC.

What's included in the Black History Month 2020 collection?

The two Nike styles in the spotlight this year are some pretty iconic silhouettes – the Air Force 1 Low and the Air Max 95.

On the Converse side, the Chuck 70 and Pro Leather models have been re-imagined into something completely different.

All four shoes are multi-coloured, drawing inspiration from 90s street style and African textile patterns. They all arrive with a special "BMH" logo on the tongue.



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For more, you can head on over to our dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest sneaker drops, a comprehensive list of release dates and all the best deals.

Which of the latest sneaker drops should you care about? We are currently obsessing over the Off-White x Air Jordan 5 and the adidas x Mickey Mouse pack.

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