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Nike Unveils 2018 NBA All-Star Collection

Nike 2018 All-Star Collection Release Date

To celebrate the 2018 NBA All-Star Game, Nike partnered with athletes and collaborators to launch special apparel and footwear makeups that serve basketball’s unique attitude on and off the court.

In celebration of the NBA All-Star Game’s return to Los Angeles, Nike is unveiling three signature player edition (PE) shoes inspired by communities in and around the City of Angels. A heat-activated Swoosh that changes colors to reveal iconic Southern California landmarks completes each shoe.

The Nike 2018 All-Star Collection will release at select Nike Basketball and Sportswear retailers including online at Nike.com on February 15th. Continue to scroll below to check out the entire lineup.

Nike 2018 All-Star Collection Release Date

Undefeated x Nike Kobe Protro
Undefeated Nike Kobe Protro
Back in ’06, Kobe Bryant dropped 81 points against Toronto wearing his first signature Nike shoe. The Nike Kobe 1 Protro revisits that design with the latest performance innovations. For this release, Nike has partnered with Undefeated to reimagine the Protro for the city of LA.

Kith x Nike LeBron 15
Kith Nike LeBron 15
Chapter two of LeBron James and KITH’s Long Live the King collection is made up of footwear and apparel designed for royalty.

90/10 Pack
Nike Air Force 1 Low 90 10 Pack

Nike Vandal High 90 10 Pack

Nike SF-AF1 High 90 10 Pack

Nike Air More Money 90 10 Pack

Nike Air Huarache 90 10 Pack
Nike considers footwear a canvas for self-expression, so each design of the latest take on Nike icons (including the Special Field Air Force 1 Hi, Air More Money, Vandal Hi Supreme, Air Force 1 Low and Huarache) in this collection is 90-percent completed. The final 10 percent is left to the wearer’s imagination thanks to a white-based canvas upper that allows for customization in a multitude of ways.

Nike Air Foamposite One XX QS
Nike Air Foamposite One XX All-Star
The Air Foamposite One first dropped in the 90s, but its futuristic look (delivered by pouring a synthetic liquid into a mold) still astounds today. This cosmic colorway of the basketball classic was first seen in 2011 as a sample of the Galaxy iteration but has not been produced until now.

NikeLab x RT Air Force 1 Victorious Minotaurs
Nike RT Air Force 1 Victorious Minotaurs

Nike RT Air Force 1 Victorious Minotaurs
Fashion designer Riccardo Tisci continues his style-forward streetwear collection with Nike, celebrating on- and off-court basketball style through his mythical squad, The Victorious Minotaurs. The collection’s bold silhouettes include apparel, footwear and accessories.

Nike Air Zoom Generation Wheat
Nike Air Zoom Generation Wheat
LeBron James’ debut signature shoe, the Nike Air Zoom Generation, was originally released in 2003. The sneaker’s responsive cushioning, lightweight support and breathability returns in a wheat colorway.

Nike Kyrie 4 All-Star
Nike Kyrie 4 All-Star
Taking inspiration from Venice, this shoe features a tie-dye graphic print that captures the culture of the city. The light blue outsole represents the ocean and pink sockliners show a custom graphic of the city and the well-known Venice sign at the corner of Pacific and Windward avenues.

Nike KD 10 All-Star
Nike KD 10 All-Star
This Santa Monica-inspired version has a multi-color knitted upper that highlights the array of colors seen during a quintessential sunset on the Santa Monica Pier. The insole contains a custom Santa Monica graphic and a marble-pattern outsole grounds the design.

Nike PG 2 All-Star
Nike PG 2 All-Star
Looking to Paul George’s hometown of Palmdale for design direction, these colors represent the various aspects of the Inland Empire. The gray represents the desert and dust of Palmdale, while the orange is meant to highlight the sunset on the horizon. The pop of green is a nod to the nature around this area. Lastly, the sockliner features a custom graphic of Palmdale, and a grit out and midsole highlight the city’s terrain.

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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