Nike is going all-out to celebrate Black History Month this year.
Since 2005, the clothing and sneaker company has unveiled a special pattern specifically tied to BHM and incorporated on different clothing items. This year, the brand will bring a mix of patterns presented in what Nike deems a "Pan African-inspired color palette" (see above).
That pattern will be made available across T-shirts, shorts, hoodies, hats and, most impressively, more shoes than ever. This year, you can find the BHM pattern on the Lebron 13, KD8, Kyrie 2, Kobe 11, Air Force 1, Nike Air Footscape Magista, Nike Air Roshe One, NikeCourt Flare, Streak LT 3, Air Jordan 1 Nouveau, Magista Obra FG soccer cleat, Jordan Spike 40, and the AJ1 High (though, in ladies' only).
The collection honors black heritage while also providing financial support to Nike's Ever Higher Fund, which brings mentorship and sports programs for African-American youth.
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