For the third season in a row, Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant will wear a special version of his signature Nike shoe in collaboration with Nike N7, which funds sports programs for Native American and Aboriginal children.

Durant is expected to take the court in these shoes tonight.

Here’s a look at his previous editions. First, the KD V and, second, the KD IV.

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this year’s design, via “The bold Nike N7 KD VI features the repeating pattern of arrows that first launched on the Pendleton Woolen Mills Nike N7 blanket last month. The arrow print symbolizes energy and forward motion and has reflective built in for a surprise effect when worn in the elements. The bold colors used on the KD VI have significant meaning in Native communities. Turquoise is used often as a color symbolic of friendship, and red is one of four colors—yellow, red, black and white—featured on the traditional Native America medicine wheel, representing movement and the four directions. The KD logo appears on the heel and the N7 logo is on the tongue.”

Durant is also hosting a hoops clinic with 100 children from tribal communities in Oklahoma City on Nov. 7.

According to Nike, N7 has raised more than $2 million since its launch in 2009.