February’s events consist of the annual Black History Month, New York Fashion week, NBA All-Star Weekend, Valentine’s Day and of course to top things off, a series of sneaker releases:
Adidas is getting in the basketball spirit by giving details to the All-Star Weekend releases of the Harden Volume 1 AS “No Brakes.”
Lebron James’ 14th signature sneaker, rightfully named the Nike Lebron 14 is making its official retail release with the “Black Ice” colorway. A new colorway for the Nike Flyknit Racer will be releasing as well, “Oreo” to represent the black and white colorway.
Nike is also making an appearance at the Kith NYC for New York Fashion Week by introducing its “5 Decades of Basketball” pack. The pack is set to release on February 18 during the All-Star Weekend. Other New York Fashion Week releases include the Riccardo Tisci x Nikelab Dunk Lux and the official retail VLONE x Nikelab Air Force 1 Lows.
The Jordan Brand is set to release a “super premium” Air Jordan V with the $400 “Take Flights.” Air Jordan 1 fans are hyped as well since the brand plans to provide several new releases such as the Air Jordan 1 Golf in “Chicago” and “White/Metallic Silver,” the Air Jordan 1 “BHM” in men’s and grade school colorways and the infatuated Air Jordan 1 GG “Valentine’s Day.”
Finally, Kanye West and Adidas are set to release their best selling, world-renown, Yeezy 350 V2 in a new colorway on February 11th. While there are additional colorways being released this year, this weekend only the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Black/Red” will be featured. The sneakers come in adult and infant sizes and introduce the iconic heel pull tab from the original Yeezy Boost 350. This sneaker features the iconic “SPLY-350” but without the colored stripe from the previous V2 versions.
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