Coinciding with the launch of the 2020 BeTrue collection, Nike proudly celebrates Pride month by supporting 20 organizations advancing the LGBTQIA+ community. Chris Mosier — the first transgender athlete to make a men’s U.S. National Team — is one of those athletes. As it has in years past, Nike will deliver a collection of sneakers to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community in honor of Pride Month. Through these organizations’ hard work and dedication, the playing field is becoming more level every day. The Converse Pride 2020 collection is inspired by the More Color, More Pride flag that was first popularized in 2017 by social justice advocate Amber Hikes, pictured here. PUMA is pledging to donate a portion of its proceeds to LGBT charities, which will deliver positive change to our community far beyond June. Nike has released a BeTrue Collection to celebrate Pride Month every year since 2012 — and 2020 is no exception. “Our goal is to use our platform to help support the work non-profits are doing in the community,” said Perry Williams, senior manager of commercial optimization and former co-chair of Unified, which is UA’s LGBTQ+ Teammate Resource Group. Every generation, athletes come along who are not just forces on the field, but drivers of global social change. Every single year, Nike comes through with its "BeTrue" campaign which is a collection of sneakers that are made to support the LGBTQIA+ community. Check out the rainbow of Pride gear for 2020, Collin Martin says there’s never been a better time for athletes to come out. The drop will include a nine-piece collection of sneakers and accessories from Converse, as well as three footwear styles from Nike. Converse will release its range (which includes t-shirts and a hat) on May 29 while Nike will release globally June 19. The brand known for its distinctive “swoosh” logo said it’s supporting “more than 20 organizations advancing the LGBTQIA+ community with grants administered by the Charities Aid Foundation of America,” according to a news release. Nike today pulled the rainbow wraps off its 2020 BeTrue collection of Pride gear, as well as Pride-themed Chucks and other footwear by Converse, and … Members of Unified collaborated with designers in every step of the creation process. Showcasing how the stories and experiences of Black athletes are woven together, the Common Thread series celebrates a collective legacy being defined through the power of sport and culture. Coinciding with the launch of the 2019 BETRUE collection, Nike proudly celebrated Pride month by supporting more than 20 organizations advancing the LGBTQIA+ community. The base of it is black but rainbow tones are found underneath the straps. 3 The latest Nike collection was made in … Boys Shoes Big Kids (3.5Y - 7Y) Little Kids (10.5C - 3Y) Baby & Toddler (0C - 10C) Lifestyle Running Basketball All Shoes Boys Clothing Big Kids (XS - XL) Little Kids (4 - 7) Baby & Toddler (0M - 4T) Hoodies & Sweatshirts Pants & Tights Jackets Tops & T-Shirts Nike Pro & Baselayer Shorts All Clothing By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR. The last shoe is a bit of a wildcard and comes in the form of the Nike ACG Air Deschutz which is more of a sandal. “The organizations range from local to national with a focus on advocacy in sports, creating safe spaces and elevating the history of the community,” Nike said. To help spread the message, PUMA is teaming up with longtime ambassador and LGBT activist Cara Delevingne. Nike Air VaporMax 2020 FK MS. Men's Shoe. Each of this year’s grant recipients — organizations with a focus on advocacy in sports, creating safe spaces and elevating the history of the LGBTQIA+ community — is helping to create a more equal playing field for all, and we couldn’t be prouder to be on their teams: Through our Nike Community Impact Fund, we are also supporting two organizations in our backyard of Portland, OR, as they navigate the impact of COVID-19 — PRISM Health Clinic, an LGBTQ-focused clinic that is part of Cascade AIDS Project, and Outside In, an organization that provides support for homeless LGBTQ+ youth.