Strap up With This Militaristic Nike LeBron Soldier 11 SFG in Olive

Ready for war on the blacktop.

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Nike plans to release more colorways of the LeBron Soldier 11 Strive for Greatness (SFG) — the same shoes LeBron wore in the 2016-17 NBA Finals. Although the laceless kicks did not help James win his fourth NBA championship this year, the sneakers should still bode well with any ballers looking to make an impact on the blacktop.

Nike is teasing a “Medium Olive” hue that exudes a militaristic theme — perfect for a shoe named Soldier. The Solder 11 SFG’s are completely covered in olive green, barring the gum rubber outsole, as well as the black Swoosh and LeBron logo.

For $130 USD, you can buy the Nike LeBron Soldier 11 SFG “Medium Olive” when they release via Nike’s online shop later this summer.

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