Throughout the past several months, many images have leaked of Nike’s All-Star branded sneaker releases for February. As of today, Nike has officially unveiled the collection, titled “Makers of the Game” which features 14 limited edition sneakers.

Nike is shooting for the stars with this year’s All-Star shoes, finally showing off a full collection of shoes to coincide with the NBA’s biggest weekend. The pack will include 14 different shoes, with a little something for everyone. The pack is started off by three of Nike athlete’s signature shoes receiving a Los Angeles inspired makeover, complete with color-changing Swooshes to complete the look. The three shoes to receive the LA theme are the KD 10, Kyrie 4, and PG2. Two more signature shoes will also release, but are collaborative efforts and will release in limited numbers. They are the new Kobe 1 Protro “Undefeated” and Nike x Kith Lebron 15 “King’s Cloak.” The Kobe will feature classic UNDFTD camo across the entire upper, and boasts a handful of performance upgrades that bring the shoe into modern day. The Lebron 15 is perhaps the most beautiful shoe from the bunch. Starting with a pure white upper, Kith director Ronnie Fieg used this blank canvas to create a beautiful embroidered pattern on the upper filled with color and images fit for a king. Next, Nike will be releasing 5 shoes titled the “90/10” pack. The idea behind these shoes is that they are already 90% complete, they only require a little creativity from the wearer to complete the shoe. The 5 shoes included are the SF-AF1 High, Air More Money,┬áVandal Hi Supreme, Air Force 1 Low and┬áHuarache. Each shoe is made from white and grey materials that are made to be dyed, drawn, or painted on. The Nike “Makers of the Game” pack will also feature the Galaxy 2.0 Foamposite One, as well as a Wheat colorway of the recently retroed Air Zoom Generation. To finish off the collection, Ricardo Tisci will give his take on two Air Force 1 Mids, themed after his fictional team the Victorious Minotaurs.


The Nike All-Star collection for 2018 will release in a series of drops beginning on February 15th. The collection will release via Nike’s website and their SNKRS app, though some of the models will be limited to the Los Angeles area. Stay tuned to JustFreshKicks on Twitter for more real-time release information.