With NBA All-Star Weekend right around the corner, Nike is following up on the unveiling of the 2019 Jordan Brand NBA All-Star Edition Uniform by debuting this year's NBA All-Star sneakers.

Both Nike and Jordan Brand are set to release limited edition colorways for select signature athletes, in addition to on-court and off-court footwear, with the latter being designed to celebrate the host city of Charlotte, North Carolina, as well as Michael Jordan's connection to the state. Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, Paul George and Kyrie Irving will all be receiving special All-Star sneakers that will also be hitting retail. Jordan Brand's game shoe, the Air Jordan 33, is showcased in a new colorway as well.

Nike and Jordan Brand will be announcing release details for the sneakers in the coming days and weeks, but we already know that Russell Westbrook's Why Not Zer0.2 "Own the Game" is scheduled to arrive February 17. In addition, JB is honoring Michael Jordan's journey from North Carolina's Laney High School to NBA champion and now NBA team owner with the release of the Air Jordan 4 "Varsity Royal" on February 2. Nike's Air More Uptempo 720 "Black," boasting the oversized "AIR" logo across the upper, then launches on February 17.

In total, Nike and Jordan Brand's off-court 2019 NBA All-Star footwear includes the Air Jordan 1 Women’s "Blue Chill," Air Jordan 1 "Turbo Green," Air Jordan 5 "Varsity Royal," Air Jordan 6 "Infrared," Air Jordan 6 NRG, Air Jordan 9, Nike Air Max 720 and Nike Women's "Floral" pack.

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