In addition to brands including Adidas and Converse, Nike is also getting in on the LGBT Pride Month celebrations.
On Wednesday, the brand unveiled its Be True Collection, which includes footwear and apparel. The collection makes use of both the rainbow flag and pink triangle — two symbols synonymous with the pride movement.
The Lunar Tempo 2 features a rainbow triangle print — Nike’s first allover rainbow sneaker. The Nike Air Max Zero comes in all-white with a bit of rainbow in the sole. This is only the fourth colorway in the history of the Air Max Zero silhouette. The HyperRev 2016 also has an allover rainbow and triangle print and includes the words “Be True” on the heel.
The shoes will launch via Nike’s SNKRS app on Thursday, and the apparel will be available on Nike.com and in select North American retailers on June 9.