Nike prepares a number of “BHM” editions of select sneakers, including their popular Air VaporMax trainer, which pays homage to Olympic hurdler Colin Jackson.

The sneaker’s Flyknit upper is done up in a mixture of black and grey, while the Vapormax unit comes in translucent black, with hits of green and red on the outsole.

In honor of Jackson, Nike stamped the date “08-20-1993” in gold to acknowledge him breaking the 110m record at 12.91 seconds. And, Nike’s “BHM” logo is added to the tongues for the final touch.

The Nike Air VaporMax “BHM” is slated to drop Jan. 15 at select Nike retailers for $205 USD.