Nike has unveiled the 2017 BHM Collection, and there are some great looking models in this year’s lineup.
Nike’s new big three, consisting of KD, Kyrie, and LeBron James are all featured in this year’s collection. The Nike KD9 looks amazing as does the Nike Kyrie 3. Hell, Nike even made the LeBron 14 look good. Simple colors and a touch of gold. This year’s BHM Collection is gorgeous.
The Nike Lunar Epic and Serena Williams’ Nike Flare make their way into the collection as well. Both utilize the same color palette black, gold, and white.
Casual wearers have something to look forward to as Nike’s staple, the AF1, makes an appearance in both hi top and low top form.
The Black History Month collection celebrates Black heritage, in sport and beyond, around the world and has historically provided financial support to Nike’s Ever Higher Fund, which was created to bring mentorship, sport and all of its benefits to youth and their communities.
Nike is proud to support numerous organizations that provide services to underrepresented youth, including African-American youth, during the year. Long-time partners include the Jackie Robinson Foundation, Boys and Girls Clubs, National Head Start and Coach Across America. Nike also recently announced two new partnerships with MENTOR and PeacePlayers International to expand opportunities for youth and promote diversity, inclusion and equality in communities across the U.S.
The EQUALITY tee is part of Nike’s ongoing commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. Nike will continue to follow the inspiration from our athletes and employees to uplift and bring people together in the following months and beyond. To learn more, go to nike.com/equality. Those interested in PeacePlayers or MENTOR are invited to visit www.peaceplayersintl.org and www.mentoring.org. — Nike Inc.
If you like what you see and were interested in any of the upcoming footwear or apparel then you’ll be able to grab this year’s BHM Collection starting on February 16 at Nike.com and select Nike retailers.
Via Nike Inc.