The NBA brought the All-Star festivities as Toronto played host to a successful week. With the All-Star weekend, so did the themed kicks. Only one new release made our list of top sneaker releases of February. Jordan Brand brought some heat for the month while Reebok brought back an oldie but a goodie.
5. Air Jordan XII "The Master"
Based on the retro card, these Air Jordans brought a classic feel to the 12s. Everyone claimed that hyped carried the Jordan X Black OVO. This is practically an all black version of the 12s. Who would've known? Looks like there's more than just hype to these recent Jordan drops.
4. Under Armour Curry Two "All-Star"
Under Armour and Stephen Curry topped last year's colors with this one. Another simple colorway, the all white upper is contrasted with a golden touches on the logos and branding while red accents are on display to match the Western Conference's color.
3. adidas Ultra Boost x Wood Wood
The Wood Wood collaboration with adidas brought a new look to the shoe. The black pair is the men's pair and the white one is the women's. The white pair actually looks like a pair of Nike Lunarfly 306 or Sock Darts with the strap. The black pair, well who can argue with something so sweet?
2. Reebok Question Mid "Unworn"
Going for a bolder look, the Reebok Question Mid brings back the "Unworn" colorway. Modeled after the Golden State Warriors (hosting city of the 2000 NBA All-Star Game), these never made it to the court, hence the name. Reebok chose to drop this colorway after the ASG.
1. Air Jordan 4 'White Cement'
We've seen Nike Air on the Maroon 6s and now its back on the Air Jordan 4. Looking like the 99' release, the White Cements were the hottest drop of the month. A classic look, brought back, and sold out as expect.