Nike basketball has today unveiled their annual Black History Month collection which will include special edition pairs of the Nike Kyrie 4, Nike LeBron 15 and the Nike KD10. Each pair of kicks will be hitting retailers on January 15th.

The "BHM" Nike LeBron 15 is the most expensive of the trio, retailing for $185. The sneakers feature a flyknit upper inspired by the Pan-African flag, gold BHM branding on the tongue, and "7/13/2016" on the midsole which represents the date that LeBron, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul spoke about equality at the ESPYs.

The BHM KD10, $150, and Kyrie 4, $120, are also built on a Pan-African flag colorway. Durant's sneaker includes the date of May 6th, 2014, which is when the mayor of Oklahoma City declared ‘Kevin Durant Day’ as a gesture of gratitude to KD’s contributions to the community. The Kyrie 4 has an all-over print that reads, "Equality."

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