Brands: Nike "BHM" (Black History Month) 2019 collection along with Jordan Brand and Converse.

Models: Air Jordan 1 "EQUALITY," Air Jordan 2, Jordan Why Not Zer0.2, Converse Chuck 70 High Top (x2), NikeCourt Flare 2.0, Nike KD 11, Nike Kyrie 5, Nike LeBron 16 "EQUALITY," , Nike PG 3 and Nike Air Force 1 Utility.

Key Features: Premium constructions per silhouette varying from flyknit, leather, suede and mesh accents. Each pair is detailed with an assortment of vibrant patterns and prints inspired by national African patterns.

Release Dates: January 21 (Nike LeBron 16 - two colorways) / February 1 (Nike Kyrie 5, Nike KD 11 & Nike PG 3) / February 2 (Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 2 & Jordan Why Not Zer0.2) / February 20 (Nike Air Force 1 Utility) / TBC (Converse Chuck 70 High Tops & NikeCourt Flare 2.0)

Price: $185 each (LeBron 16) / $130 (Kyrie 5) / $150 (KD 11) / $110 (PG 3) / $120 (Air Jordan 1) / $190 (Air Jordan 2) / $125 (Jordan Why Not Zer0.2) / $200 (Air Force 1 Utility) / TBC (Converse Chuck 70 High Tops & NikeCourt Flare 2.0)

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Editor’s Notes: Nike has just unveiled its annual BHM collection for this year with standout models from Jordan Brand, Converse and the Swoosh. The lineup of exclusive footwear essentially celebrates African-American heritage, while also encouraging to create positive change both in and outside of sport.

The theme of this year's collection embodies Afro-futurism in sport, and each featured style noted above receives a distinctive print or pattern that is inspired by an assortment of national African patterns. For more, head on over to Nike's website now for the full scoop.

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