For the fifth straight year, Nike has partnered with New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft on a limited-edition Air Force 1 sneaker.

The latest version, which celebrates Kraft’s 25 years of NFL ownership, was released Thursday ahead of the Patriots’ game against the Indianapolis Colts. All proceeds from sales of the shoe will go to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston.

Fans were lined up outside the Patriots’ ProShop for hours to get their hands on the shoes.

“That was unbelievable. People were here last night. They started lining up before 9 p.m.,” Kraft told Angelique Fiske of “They’re here over 12 hours for a pair of sneakers. I guess sneakerheads are different.”

Including shoe sales from this year, the initiative has raised more than $2 million since it began in 2014.