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Nike Basketball “All-Star” Collection Inspired by Famous NYC Landmarks

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Nike officially unveils their 2015 All-Star Collection inspired by New York City’s iconic cityscape. This year’s All-Star Game will be held in the heralded mecca of basketball – NYC’s own Madison Square Garden. In honor of the occasion, Nike took inspiration from some of New York City’s most profound landmarks when dressing their four silhouettes for this year’s game. From the World’s Fair Unisphere all the way to the Brooklyn Bridge, each silhouette pays homage to New York City’s wide array of architectural feats found throughout its five boroughs. The Nike Kobe 10 and KD 7 will be available on February 13th while the LeBron 12 and Kyrie 1 arrive on February 14th. Stick around for more official images and head to our release dates page for more updates.

The Kobe 10 “All-Star” is inspired by the 1964 World’s Fair and the future of innovative ideas.

Nike Kobe 10 “All-Star”
Color: Black/Multi-Color/Black
Style Code: 742547-090
Release Date: 02/13/15
Price: $200

The KD 7 “All-Star” takes inspiration from the steel-wire system on the Brooklyn Bridge.

Nike KD 7 “All-Star”
Color: Pure Platinum/Multi-Color-Black
Style Code: 742548-090
Release Date: 02/13/15
Price: $170

The LeBron 12 “All-Star” features a unique heel construction to honor the Flatiron building.

Nike LeBron 12 “All-Star”
Color: White/Multi-Color-Black
Style Code: 742549-190
Release Date: 02/14/15
Price: $220

The Kyrie 1 “All-Star” pays homage to the City Hall Subway Station, completed in 1904.

Nike Kyrie 1 “All-Star”
Color: Dark Grey/Multi-Color
Style Code: 742547-090
Release Date: 02/14/15
Price: $130