The 2017 Nike Black History Month Collection Is A Thing Of Beauty Brandon Caldwell February 2, 2017 News, Sneakers Black & gold are the themes for the 2017 Nike Black History Month collection. Yesterday, the good folks in Beaverton shared the 2017 Nike Black History Month collection. Following in the tradition of previous years, the sneaker giant revealed new colorways for its current signature line and retro line as well. The LeBron 14, Kyrie 3 and KD 9 are all outfitted with black, white & gold designs. Per Nike: The limited edition 2017 collection incorporates a decorative marbling — blending black and white — in reference to the strength of harmonious movement. Each design in the collection is also punctuated by gold accents, reminders of the power of coming together and the aspiration of unity. The look isn’t limited to just Nike’s current signature line. Nike & Jordan Brand have also decided to release new colorways of performance and lifestyle shoes with the Nike Black History Month pattern. The Air Force 1 Hi features a marble midsole with EQUALITY emblazoned in gold along the strap. The Air Froce Upstep features a marble overlay with black and gold accents. Jordan Brand’s addition comes with two separate colorways of the Nike Air Jordan 1. The adult version, an Alpha’s wet dream if you will comes with a black and gold design. The kid’s version remixes the adult design in favor of a gold & black colorway. Nike is also releasing Black History Month designs of Serena Williams’ Nike Flare signature shoe, the Nike Lunar Epic & the Jordan Trunner training shoe. The collection will also feature “Equality.” t-shirts as well as an MVP destroyer jacket and pant. The entire Nike Black History Month collection hits retailers on February 16th. The Jordan Brand portion in regards to the Air Jordan 1s will be released on February 11th. Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.