Nike, Jordan Brand and Converse Unveil 2020 All-Star Collections

Nike, Jordan Brand and Converse Unveil 2020 All-Star Collections

The city of Chicago is set to host NBA All-Star 2020, but the weekend represents more than the NBA season’s midway point. It’s a return to the home of pro basketball’s dynasty in the ’90s. Now, Nike, Jordan Brand, and Converse have officially unveiled their All-Star Weekend 2020 collections. Here’s what’s coming up:

Jordan Brand

Joining a collaborative footwear and apparel capsule, the Jordan Brand NBA All-Star 2020 collection puts the spotlight on Chicago through the theme of Unite, celebrating how basketball creates change that transcends the game.

New Beginnings Pack

A limited-release pack highlights the two silhouettes that marked Michael Jordan’s arrival with the brand: the Nike Air Ship PE, which was originally released in 1984, and the Air Jordan I High ’85 in its original form.




Air Jordan 3 “Retro U”

In 1988, the shoe brought a unified symbol of flight to the court in the Jumpman logo. The flood-red colorway raises up Chicago by printing “Nike CHI” in the place of “Nike Air.” An Air Jordan III SE with “Nike Air” branding is also available.

 

Women’s Air Jordan 1 Hgh OG

From North Carolina to Chicago, this women’s style brings inspiration from Michael Jordan’s college and professional days onto one shoe.

 

Air Jordan 9 “Racer Blue”

The colorway includes reflective iridescent trim throughout the black, white and racer-blue color palette.

 

Air Jordan 34 “Unite”

This colorway features a white upper with iridescent detailing on the eyestay overlay and heels. The heel tabs feature all colors of the Chicago transit system.




Air Jordan 34 SE

Another special-edition release of the Air Jordan XXXIV has a shroud on the upper with more premium details to give it a fresh look.

 

Jordan Why Not? Zer0.3 “LA Born”

A throwback to the ’90s in its vibrant color scheme, the print around the heel taps into Air Jordan lore, while the colorway name points back to Westbrook’s hometown.

 

Jordan Why Not? Zer0.3 “Unite”

This colorway is inspired by Westbrook’s love for the game and belief that it can unite communities to create widespread impact beyond basketball.




Nike Basketball

The footwear across Nike Basketball represents its signature players through special colorways.

Nike LeBron 17 “Monstars”

In its textures, this colorway references the cartoonish villains from James’ forthcoming Space Jam 2 from Warner Bros. 

 

Kyrie 6 “Trophies”

<p class=”text–p”>The red and title-gold colorway nods to Chicago’s hometown team.&nbsp;</p>

 

Don C x Nike KD 12

Designed by Chicago native Don C, the colors throughout the upper and stars on the tongue nod to the Chicago flag.

 

Nike Zoom Freak 1 “Employee of the Month”

The third colorway of the Coming to America collection, the footwear is a play on the fictional fast-food restaurant from the film.

 

Nike PG4 Gatorade “ASW”

The tie-dye colors are a mix of PG’s favorite Gatorade flavors.




Converse Basketball

Drawing from its rich basketball heritage while pushing forward a new aesthetic, Converse brings a selection of new colorways to its performance and lifestyle silhouettes.

Converse Pro Leather OG

Reconstructed stitch for stitch, the white-leather upper of the Pro Leather features star chevron branding. Colorways nod to the original ’70s palette from the Pro Leather’s initial launch.

 

Converse All-Star Pro BB

A throwback to the 1988 All-Star Game jersey, the All Star Pro BB Low arrives in a white, red and blue execution exclusively at NBA All-Star 2020. Additionally, a black and white All Star Pro BB Low is also available.

 

Converse All-Star

In Chicago, the All-Star Pack from Converse, which includes monochrome white versions of the Pro Leather, the Chuck 70 and the All-Star Pro BB (Shown above), gives consumers the opportunity for customization at select retail locations.

 

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