With February winding down, some of the best Black History Month-themed sneaker collections are in stores now.
Although some of the month’s more limited-edition styles have already sold out, there are a number of great options still available, including Arthur Ashe-inspired Adidas
sneakers, Pumas that feature the colors of Atlanta’s David T. Howard School and more.
Shop the best picks below.
These limited-edition Adidas Derrick Rose signature sneakers feature details inspired by tennis great Arthur Ashe.
Adidas D Rose 7, $140; adidas.com
The signature sneakers of NBA legend Walt “Clyde” Frazier get a “Legacy” makeover for Black History Month with a colorway inspired by the David T. Howard School.
Puma Clyde, $110; puma.com
Puma’s “Legacy” Ignite EvoKnit celebrates Atlanta’s David T. Howard School, which boasts alumni such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Walt “Clyde” Frazier and more.
Puma Ignite EvoKnit, $150; puma.com
With proceeds benefiting Nike’s Ever Higher Fund, these limited-edition Kevin Durant sneakers featured a split white and black upper with gold detailing.
Nike KD 9, $150; nike.com
Along with serving as this year’s “Black History Month” colorway, LeBron James is expected to wear these sneakers during Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game.
Nike LeBron 14, $175; nike.com
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