The NBA All-Star Weekend was held on Friday, Feb 17, 2023, through Sunday, Feb 19, 2023. This year the festival was held in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the week, players expressed their style and originality through many different sneaker silhouettes. Below is our list of the best sneakers from All-Star Weekend.

adidas Harden Vol. 7 “Lucid Fuchsia”

One of the first pairs on our list is the adidas Harden Vol. 7 “Lucid Fuchsia,” which was seen in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. The pair was rocked by DK Metcalf, A NFL wide receiver for the Seahawks. He stole the show and was named the MVP of the game after putting up a double-double with 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 blocks. The annual game features “retired NBA players, WNBA players, actors, musicians, and athletes from sports other than basketball.” The adidas Harden Vol. 7 “Lucid Fuchsia” features a simple all Pink upper with Black accents throughout.

Air Jordan 37 Low ‘NRG Pack’

Next up on the list is an Air Jordan worn by Paolo Banchero, an American-Italian professional basketball player for the Orlando Magic. During the Rising Stars game, he broke out the “NRG Pack” inspired Air Jordan 37. This clean Purple colorway really makes me love the 37 model.

Nike LeBron 20 Reverse “All-Star”

During the Lineup selection, LeBron James was wearing his newly released LeBron 20 Revere ‘All Star’ sneakers. Officially released on February 16th, the pair comes dressed in a Blue Lightning, Coconut Milk, and Iron Grey colorway. Features throughout the pair give a nod to his various historical All-Star game experiences. These include a Gold tag reading “The Records of King James” stitched onto the back heels along with the words “Legacy Preserved.” During the first half of the game, LeBron James showcased another newly seen PE edition of the shoe. This pair features a light Neon upper with Sky Blue and Grey accenting on the swooshes, laces, and tongue.

Jordan Luka 1 ‘Safari’

The Jordan Luka 1 ‘Safari’ dropped on the opening day of All-Star weekend. Dressed in a Total Orange, White, and Black color scheme, the pair features breathable Flightwire frame cables. Safari print details are seen on the left shoe while elephant print details the right shoe. To complete the look the shoe sits atop a Formula23 foam midsole with the new IsoPlate system.

Jordan Tatum 1 ‘Pink Lemonade’

It was only a matter of time before Jayson Tatum would get his very own signature silhouette with Jordan Brand. The Boston Celtics player rocked this “Pink Lemonade” edition and his “Zoo’ colorway during the All-Star Weekend, where he set the NBA All-Star Game scoring record. This signature shoe will differently catch the eyes of many fans and sneakerheads and will likely be seen on many courts. The retail price will be set at a great price point of only $120.

Curry 2 FloTro ‘All-Star’

The Curry 2 FloTro ‘All-Star’ was worn by Sacramento Kings player De’Aaron Fox during his first All-Star game appearance. He was selected as an injury replacement due to Steph Curry’s leg injury. The sneaker was released on February 10th, 2023, allowing fans to grab their pair just before the games kicked off. The model was first seen on Curry’s feet back in 2016 during the All-Star game in Toronto.

Zoom Kobe 6 Protro ‘Grinch’

Los Angeles Clippers player Paul George wore another favorite pair of shoes from All-Star weekend. The Zoom Kobe 6 protro in the “Grinch” colorway was released back in 2020. This edition may be one of the most iconic Kobe colorways out of his vast lineup. The sneaker was released around the Holiday season with an all-over green upper, red laces, and a black Nike Swoosh. Although bright and outlandish, these quickly sold out and became one of the favorites from Kobe.

Ja 1 ‘Scratch’

Ja Morant and Nike have huge plans for his signature model, the Ja 1. This new “Scratch” offering is the latest signature model from Ja Morant and Nike which is a direct nod to the Memphis Grizzlies’ alternate uniforms when located in Vancouver. Set for an official colorway of Rapid Teal, Black, White, University Red, and Monarch, the upper arrives in a light turquoise mesh and leather design, while black Nike Swoosh logos are placed onto the sides. Grizzly claw marks are featured across the toe box and sides, while a white rubber midsole and black outsole are featured below. Brown accents are featured on the JA-branded tongue labels, while red inner sock liners and “12” branded heels complete the new signature series.