Nike Continues Efforts to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness with LeBron Soldier 11 EP "Kay Yow"

For a good cause.

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Nike Basketball is back to show support for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Keeping things clean with a white based colorway supported by pink detailing, the Nike LeBron Soldier 11 serves as the canvas of choice this time around. The upper hosts a laceless mesh material that’s locked down by a set of four straps. Pink is found along the outsole and inner lining while the Swoosh logo dons crisp white on the midsole, blending with the rest of its upper. Its Swoosh branding hosts pink coloring on each respective medial side while both heel tabs sport the popular Kay Yow ribbon. Finally, the Kay Yow Cancer Fund’s logo is found on each insole for the finishing touches.

The Nike LeBron Soldier 11 “Kay Yow” is slated for a September launch and will retail for $130 US at select Nike Basketball retailers. Take a look at the model above and let us know your thoughts.

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