Share This Page: This Week's Heat Nike LeBron 13 ‘All Star’ This year the NBA All Star game is in Toronto, and LeBron’s signature sneaker features nods to the Canadian city. Dressed in the neutral tones of Toronto’s winters, the LeBron 13 ‘All Star’ is covered in grey-green hues with graphic designs around the ankle. The Hyperposite overlays are Alligator Green with black and white speckles, and the Swoosh sports a gold outline. The All Star features of this sneaker are the patches on the tongue and heel, highlighting King James’ career. The midsole features the same speckled look as the overlays, and the outsole combines a green forefoot and a marbled heel. The Nike LeBron 13 ‘All Star’ drops on Thursday, Feb. 11th, in stores and online. This sneaker will be available in Men’s for $220 and grade schoolers’ for $165. Check Where to Cop for details. Nike Kobe 11 ‘All Star’ This is Kobe Bryant’s final year in the NBA, and this is his final All Star signature sneaker. The Flyweave upper of the Kobe XI ‘All Star’ stands out in black and Glow Green reminiscent of the Northern Lights. These kicks features an extended leather tongue with patches saluting Kobe’s illustrious career. The heel of the ‘All Star’ has a unique, molded leather construction, and the silhouette is completed by the black and green, marbled midsole and outsole. The Nike Kobe 11 ‘All Star’ comes out on Thursday, Feb. 11th, in stores and online, check out Where to Cop for details. Kobe’s final All Star sneaker will drop in Men’s for $220 and grade schoolers’ for $140. Nike KD 8 ‘All Star’ This year is Kevin Durant’s 7th consecutive NBA All Star Game, and Nike is equipping him with some colorful kicks for the game. Easily the most colorful of the Nike Basketball All Star collection, and theme of the sneaker is Toronto’s internationalism and diversity. The graphic print on the Flyweave upper sports an international flag motif, representing the various flags that fly over Toronto. KD’s previous accomplishments are celebrated on the patches on the tongue and heel. Finally the outsole represents Toronto’s icy winters with a white and light blue marbled look. The Nike KD 8 ‘All Star’ comes out on Thursday, Feb. 11th, in stores and online, check out Where to Cop for details. These kicks will be in Men’s for $200 and grade schoolers’ for $140. Nike Air Force 1 ’07 LV 8 ‘Northern Lights’ The Air Force 1 is a classic silhouette, and Nike has dressed it for All Star, themed after the Aurora Borealis. A black leather upper coats the low top sneaker, and the ‘Northern Lights’ print is mainly seen on the inner liner. These kicks feature an iridescent tongue label and mismatched aglets. The Swoosh has a jeweled finish, and the lace jewel reads “North.” The Nike Air Force 1 ’07 LV 8 ‘Northern Lights’ comes out on Thursday, Feb. 11th, in stores and online. These sneakers will drop in Men’s for $120 and grade schoolers’ for $100. Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Northern Lights’ All Star With the NBA All Star Game traveling to Toronto, Nike decided to give the Foamposite One a northern theme. The ‘Northern Lights’ theme covers the entire Foam shell as well as the inner lining in vivid greens and blues. The nubuck lace eyelets, laces, and outsole are black, and the sneaker sports the signature carbon fiber plate. Mismatched aglets accent the sneaker, and the pull tabs car made with 3M material. This theme is perfect for the northern theme of the All Star game. The Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Northern Lights’ comes out on Friday, Feb. 12th, in stores and online, check out Where to Cop for details. These kicks will be in Men’s for $250 and grade schoolers’ for $200. Adidas ZX Flux Adidas is getting ready for the All Star Weekend with a ZX Flux Xeno redesign. The new Xeno comes in a new colorway. The iridescent upper of the features yellow reflective panels and a teal upper underneath. When hit with light the sneaker turns from yellow to bright green. The sneaker sports teal laces and a clear heel cage. A white midsole and black outsole wrap up this shiny sneaker The adidas ZX Flux Xeno Borealis will be available Friday, Feb. 12th, in stores and online. Cop yours in Men’s for $130 and grade schoolers’ for $100. Reebok Question OG With All Star Weekend coming up, Reebok is dropping an OG silhouette. The Question was Allen Iverson’s first signature sneaker, and the red colorway is a classic. This sneaker is a legendary silhouette for fans of Iverson, and a classic looking sneaker. The sneaker features a white leather upper with red detailing on the Reebok branding, eyelets, heel, toe, and midsole. The sneaker’s classic look is capped off with an icy outsole. Cop these OG kicks to show your love for Allen Iverson. The Reebok Question OG is dropping in stores and online on Friday, Feb. 12th. Check Where to Cop for details on which City Gear locations will be carrying this old school silhouette. They will be in Men’s for $140 and grade schoolers’ for $95. Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘Cement’ The Air Jordan 4 was designed by Tinker Hatfield and originally released in 1989. At the time, the White Cements was widely considered an ugly shoe, but that didn’t stop customers from buying it. The White Cements were first and most recently retro-ed in 1999. This release of the Air Jordan 4 Retro “Cement” attempts to copy the exact colors and aesthetic of the original sneaker, including The Nike Air branding on the heel is back The upper is made with a premium white leather, which gives the sneaker a smooth look. The upper is contrasted with hits of black and red, as well as the cement print throughout the sneaker. The iconic Jordan logo on the tongue and AIR JORDAN on the inside tongue is the most noticeable hits of red. While black hits on the lace holders, outsole and Nike Air on the heel. Cement print hits on the sneakers’ wings, along the midsole and heel pull tab. The shoe features a visible Air Max unit in the heel for maximum cushioning.