Jordan Brand and Nike Basketball have unveiled a massive lineup of sneakers releasing as part of the 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend festivities taking place in Chicago. The current Nike Basketball roster is represented with additions to the LeBron, Kyrie, KD, PG, Zoom Freak, and Why Not? family of sneakers. The lineup also includes the recently released Air Jordan 34 in two versions, plus a few Jordan Retro models will be getting outfitted in new colorways.

Air Jordan XXXIV “United”

The Air Jordan 34 delivers by stripping away non-essential material from the tooling and upper to leave athletes only what they need. Modified herringbone pattern on outsole offers multidirectional traction. The Eclipse plate in the midsole provides lightweight stability and support. This colorway is dressed in white with iridescent details at the eyestay and heel. The multi-colored heel tabs represent all the colors of the Chicago CTA train lines.

Air Jordan 34 “United”
Color: White/Metallic Silver/White
Style Code: AR3240-101
Release Date: January 16, 2020
Price: $180 USD

Air Jordan XXXIV SE

This special edition release has more premium details and a shroud on the upper giving the shoe a fresher look. It comes in a classic Bred colorway with a black and white upper and red detailing. “Air Jordan” is written upside down on the heel of the shoe to give it a unique twist.

Air Jordan 34 SE
Color: White/Black/Red
Release Date: January 16, 2020
Price: $180 USD

Jordan Why Not? Zer0.3 “LA Born”

Reminiscent of the ’90s, this bold color scheme and print throwbacks to Air Jordan lore. “I am so excited to wear this in the All-Star game,” says Russell Westbrook. “It’s got a lot of color, some great references to things I grew up with and love, and it’s going to be dope to wear it and see it on kids’ feet.”

Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.3 “LA Born”
Release Date: February 16, 2020
Price: $130 USD

Jordan Why Not? Zer0.3 “United”

This colorway inspired Westbook’s love for basketball and his belief that the game can bring communities together in a big impact that is bigger than basketball.

Jordan Why Not? Zer0.3 “United”
Release Date: January 16, 2020
Price: $130 USD

New Beginnings Pack

This limited-release pack spotlights Michael Jordan’s first arrival with the Nike brand. This pack features the Nike Air Ship PE, originally released in 1984, and the Air Jordan 1 High ’85 in its original form. A Varsity Red colorway of the Air Jordan 1 High 85 will also be releasing.

Air Jordan “New Beginnings” Pack
Style Code: CT6252-900 (Pack)
Style Code: CQ4921-601 (AJ1 High 85)
Style Code: CU0479-100 (Air Ship PE)
Release Date: February 12, 2020
Price: $350 USD (Pack)

Air Jordan III “Retro U”

Released in 1988, this shoe brought the symbol of flight in the court to the Jumpman logo. Adding a Chicago touch to it, the colorway is printed using “Nike CHI” replacing “Nike Air.” An Air Jordan III SE with the “Nike Air” branding is also available.

Air Jordan 3 Retro U “Red Cement”
Color: Varsity Red/Cement Grey-Black-Varsity Red
Style Code: CU2277-600
Release Date: February 10,2020 (Chicago Only)
Price: $200 USD

Air Jordan 3 Retro SE “Red Cement”
Color: Fire Red/Fire Red-Cement Grey-Black
Style Code: CK5692-600
Release Date: February 15, 2020
Price: $200 USD

Women’s Air Jordan 1 High OG

This women-exclusive colorway commemorates Michael Jordan’s college and professional basketball career in one shoe, with UNC Blue near the heel and Chicago Bulls red on the toe.

Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS “NC To Chi”
Color: Black/Dark Powder Blue-Gym Red
Style Code: CD0461-046
Release Date: February 14, 2020
Price: $170 USD

Air Jordan IX Retro

The Air Jordan 9 makes its return in black, white, and racer blue color blocking. A galaxy-inspired reflective iridescent trim shines throughout the upper.

Air Jordan 9 “Racer Blue”
Color: Black/White-Racer Blue
Style Code: CT8019-024
Release Date: January 25, 2020
Price: $190 USD

LEBRON 17 “Monstars”

Within its unique fabric textures and colorway, this shoe references the cartoon villains of the movie Space Jam. Expect a larger collection to release ahead of the Space Jam 2 sequel starring King James.

Nike LeBron 17 “Monstars”
Style Code: CD5050-400
Release Date: February 13, 2020
Price: $225 USD

KYRIE 6 “Trophies”

The red and gold colorway is a tribute to Father’s Day and to the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls won their 4th Championship on Father’s Day and Kyrie won his only NBA Championship on Father’s Day. Both Championship dates are scripted on the tongue. The inner lining is patterned after the carpet that MJ laid on crying after winning his 4th NBA title, the first after losing his father.

Nike Kyrie 6 “Trophies”
Style Code: CD5026-900
Release Date: February 14, 2020
Price: $140 USD

KD 12 “Don C”

Don C lends his touch on Kevin Durant’s 12th signature model, releasing in addition to his own Air Force 1 High colorway. Both feature color schemes inspired by the Chicago flag. Copper stars on the tongue of the KD 12 are a reflection of KD taking the train to DC to watch the Wizards play when he was a kid, and the number of stars are the same as the amount of All-Star appearances by KD.

Nike KD 12 “Don C”
Style Code: CD4982-900
Release Date: February 15, 2020
Price: $160 USD

Zoom Freak 1 “Employee of the Month”

This is the third Zoom Freak 1 colorway to feature a Coming to America theme. Nike and Giannis Antetokounmpo were inspired by Eddie Murphy’s Mcdowell’s uniform in the film when making this colorway.

Nike Zoom Freak 1 “Employee of the Month”
Style Code: CD4962-001
Release Date: February 14, 2020
Price: $130 USD

PG4 Gatorade “ASW”

This tie-dye colorway is a combination of Paul George’s favorite Gatorade flavors. Orange and Lime Green accents are used throughout. Gatorade’s signature lightning bolt logo appears on the tongues.

Nike PG 4 Gatorade “ASW”
Style Code: CD5078-700
Release Date: February 13, 2020
Price: $120 USD


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