It’s the NBA All-Star Weekend and Nike and Jordan Brand just dropped their limited edition 2019 All-Star Collection. They first unveiled the uniforms and now officially launched their limited-edition colorways especially for this season. Fans are thrilled with the collection featuring designs for Nike and Jordan Brand signature athletes Paul George, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and Kyrie Irving. The companies also launched the new colorway for the Air Jordan 33, adding more excitement for sneakerheads out there.
Aside from the on-court collection, they also have off-court footwear that takes inspiration frpm this year’s host, Charlotte. As a way to pay homage, they incorporated influences from the city’s heritage and its rich history, as well as Michael Jordan’s connection to North Carolina.
Nike and Jordan released six on-court designs and 12 off-court designs, all of which will be available starting this month. And while they are all equally great, we couldn’t help but pick a few that we’re excited to get our hands on. Here are some of our top picks, which we’re sure you will love too.
Air Jordan 33 All-Star
We love this sleek-looking new colorway for the Air Jordan 33. Its grey, black, and red details aren’t too flashy, and it has this swag that only Air Jordans exude.
Release date: Currently available at select retailers and via Jordan.com
Air Jordan 9 Pearl
If you missed Air Jordan 9’s release in 2002, then now is your time to get your hands on this pair. The Air Jordan 9 Pearl makes a return and is now available as high-top.
Release Date: Feb. 9
Nike Air Max 720 Saturn
Release Date: Feb. 12
Nike PG3 All-Star
Paul George will be wearing this all-new “AGC” colorway, featuring a nice mustard and green combination. We think it’s an amazing mix of colors, plus it just gives you that extra accent on your look.
Release Date: Feb. 15
Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Turbo Green
Paying homage to Charlotte’s team colors, the Air Jordan 1 Turbo Green has a washed leather build, creating that overall vintage feel. It makes us feel nostalgic, but at the same time, it has that undeniably fresh vibe.
Release Date: Feb. 15
Air Jordan 6 Infrared
It all began with Michael Jordan. He wore the Infrared Air Jordan 6 during the 1991 All-Star Game, and this pair has since then become iconic. Its original style is back on shelves and we are pretty sure that this might be hard to get — but it’s worth the try. It may be from the ’90s but it still looks sleek and is definitely timeless.
Release Date: Feb. 16
Nike Adapt BB
Technology meets style in Nike’s latest Adapt BB. This is their first “power-lacing” shoe, providing a customized fit for the players. It looks super sweet and that extra tech makes it even cooler.
Release Date: Feb. 17