The all-new KD 10 sees a Pan-African treatment on the midsole, laces and upper. A middle overlay receives noticeable gold tooling — “05 06 2014” — formally announced as ”Kevin Durant Day” by Oklahoma City mayor Mary Fallin for his philanthropy to the community. The last KD 10 we saw was another culture nod, but to Bay Area’s Chinatown.
Of course, the series wouldn’t be complete without a LeBron piece. Following a red and green theme, the Nike LeBron 15 “BHM” is dressed in a festive BattleKnit upper. The latest Lebron James footwear is also stamped with a gold embellishment which reads “07 13 2016” marking the day the NBA star took the stage at the ESPYS to deliver his thoughts on recent police shootings.
The “BHM” sneakers are set to release January 15 retailing for $150 and $185 USD, respectively. Take a look above and, in related Nike news, “The Ten” is dropping in China next week.