Through the last couple of years, sneaker brands have celebrated and honored historic moments through colorways and special designs. Nike has honored February and Black History Month with special colorways and designs on numerous styles and signature sneakers over the years. While Nike Basketball dropped their pairs a few weeks ago, Nike Running has decided to honor this feat with a primarily black Vapormax iteration that furthers Nike’s continued Pan-African aesthetic with touches of green and red scattered that are scattered throughout and a tri-colored stripe on its heel. More gold detailing is featured on the insole and aglets, adding a luxe aesthetic to the model as well. Like we saw on the LeBron 15 and KD X, the Nike Vapormax BHM is following in their footsteps with “08 20 1993” featured toward its heel in that same gold lettering. On that date, Gail Devers set the IAAF world record for the 100m run; the record still stands today.