Nike decided to do something a little different with their All-Star kicks this year instead of just the traditional East-blue and West-red. (If this all sounds familiar, it's because we told you the same thing about the Zoom Kobe VI and the Air Max LeBron 8.) For the big game in Los Angeles they added a little lenticular action to the tongue—meaning depending on which way you hold it, you either see the player's logo or the WEST logo (or EAST, depending on the squad). "Attack From All Angles" is the overriding theme. Seen here is the All-Star Zoom KD III, which also gets a translucent red outsole, white Swooshes and a built-in "2011" dubray. They hit retail today, February 17th. (No, you can't build them on NIKEiD.)