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Here’s Every Signature Sneaker Made for the 2024 NBA All-Star Game

The 2024 NBA All-Star Game is drawing near, and the league’s superstars will assemble while piecing compiling the densest collection of new sneakers you’ll see on a court all year.

This year’s assortment of “All-Star” colorways for the league’s signature sneaker lineup has began leaking quite early, giving us an idea what to expect on the court well ahead of time. The Nike slate has already been revealed for Kevin Durant, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Ja Morant — although the latter won’t be playing this year. Anthony Edwards’ instant hit model has also been revealed, while LeBron James’ grade-school creates intrigue for the adult version to come.

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Below, Footwear News has compiled all the “All-Star” signature sneakers that have been revealed so far. This post will be updated as more surface.

Adidas AE 1 “All-Star”

Adidas AE 1 All-Star
Adidas AE 1 All-Star

Release Date: Feb. 16
Price: $120
Anthony Edwards’ hit signature sneaker debut gets its most intricate colorway yet, as its TPU wing arrives in iridescent green and purple that may call to mind Nike’s Air Foramposite One.

Nike LeBron 21 GS “All-Star”

Nike LeBron 21 All-Star Grade-School
Nike LeBron 21 All-Star Grade-School

Release Date: Feb. 16
Price: $170
The adult “All-Star” LeBron 21 has yet to be revealed, but this kids’-exclusive sees its upper shine in silver with a confetti-like treatment to go along with a gold Swoosh, outsole speckling, and special logo on the tongue. The sneaker will also come with a trading card for the “King.”

Nike KD 16 “All-Star”

Nike KD 16 All-Star
Nike KD 16 All-Star

Release Date: Feb. 16
Price: $160
Kevin Durant’s “All-Star” sneaker plays on his “Easy Money” nickname with dollar-bill inspired graphics on the tongue and beneath the translucent midfoot TPU panel. Somehow, it’s even more colorful than most currency, too.

Jordan Luka 2 “All-Star”

Jordan Luka 2 All-Star
Jordan Luka 2 All-Star

Release Date: Feb. 15
Price: $130
Luka Dončić’s second signature sneaker gets a very ’80s color scheme putting pink, teal, purple and yellow accents atop a base of grey and black. Unlike Nike’s All-Star slate, the Jordan Luka 2 doesn’t feature any special marks for the occasion.

Nike Giannis Freak 5 “All-Star”

Nike Giannis Freak 5 All-Star
Nike Giannis Freak 5 All-Star

Release Date: Feb. 16
Price: $140
Giannis Antetokounmpo uses his latest All-Star sneaker to celebrate his brother and teammate, Thanasis. Mismatched sneakers flip their use of red and white, with one heel featuring Giannis’ no. 34 and the other Thanasis’ no. 43. Both sneakers feature a print of the hand-written text, “Thanasis thanks for sharing.”

Nike Ja 1 “All-Star”

Nike Ja 1 All-Star
Nike Ja 1 All-Star

Release Date: Feb. 16
Price: $120
This season hasn’t gone quite to plan for Ja Morant, who’s unlikely to be named to the All-Star Game but wouldn’t have been able to play regardless because of a season-ending injury sustained just 9 games after returning from a 25-game suspension. Nike does still have a multi-color edition of his Ja 1 sneaker prepared for the occasion, and all signs point to it still being released.

Nike Zoom Freak 5 “All-Star”

Nike Zoom Freak 5 All-Star
Nike Zoom Freak 5 All-Star

Release Date: Feb. 16
Price: TBD
Pictured is the grade school version, but this “All-Star” edition of Giannis Antetokounmpo’s is also expected to release in adult sizing and features a confetti-like sheen much like LeBron’s “All-Star” sneaker, as well as a new thematic logo for the tongue.

About the Author:

Ian Servantes is a Senior Trending News Editor for Footwear News specializing in sneaker coverage. He’s previously reported on streetwear and sneakers at Input and Highsnobiety after beginning his career on the pop culture beat. He subscribes to the idea that “ball is life” and doesn’t fuss over his kicks getting dirty.

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