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and are rumored to be releasing in just a few days on January 15, which of course does not fall within Black History Month but is fitting nonetheless because it's Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Kevin Durant's Nike KD 10 will celebrate Black History Month with a special edition release on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 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.New Air Jordan Shoes
, This Nike KD 10 features a Black, Green, Red, Metallic Gold and White color combination which streamlines with the other Black History Month releases. Using Black across the uppers along with Red and Green accents. The midsole uses the Pan-African flag colors while Metallic Gold is used. Finishing the look is the historical date of 05-06-2014 embossed on the lateral side just about the midsole.New Jordans 2017
, Kevin Durant's latest signature shoe, the Nike KD 10 is also part of the 2018 Black History Month Collection which launches on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The LeBron 15 "BHM" features a Battleknit upper that weaves together red, green, and black. Underneath, everything from the heel counter, Zoom cushioning, and outsole is blacked out with one small exception (we'll get to that later). Unfortunately, there were no premium touches given to the lacing and pull tabs that we can see — and no, these do not appear to carry those special outriggers we were hoping to see on retail units.