UPDATE: Nike's LeBron 16 Low "Black/Multicolor-White" Receives a Release Date

In black, tan and white.

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UPDATE (13 March 2019): This colorway of the Nike LeBron 16 Low “Black/Multicolor-White” is scheduled for a Thursday, March 15 on Sneakersnstuff at $159. Other retailers have yet to confirm release details.

ORIGINAL STORY (1 February 2019): The last time we saw the Nike LeBron 16, it was delivered in two mismatched offerings in support of the Swoosh’s “Equality” campaign. Today we take a look at the low-cut iteration of Lebron James‘ latest signature model following his 17-game absence due to a groin injury. The simple colorway shares a woven pattern throughout its upper in black with its heel counter done in tan suede. Moving down towards its base you’ll find a white midsole and outsole with its toe area hosting a translucent hue of blue. Lastly, King James’ signature insignias are spread throughout the design with a crown on the heel and lion head on the tongue.

The Nike LeBron 16 Low is expected to arrive later in the year at select Nike Basketball stockists in addition to Nike.com. In related news, Nike Basketball fans can also take a look at the self-lacing Adapt BB.

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