After much acclaim last year for boosting multicultural design through a debut sneaker with Harlem’s Fashion Row, Nike’s LeBron 16 silhouette is getting a fresh new colorway for the second drop in the collaboration. Dubbed “Harlem Stage,” the latest edition will up the volume on the original palette, swapping out cream hues for a bold yellow take.
The shoe will retain its chunky aesthetic and defining leather ankle-strap, this time around using a silvertone buckle embellishment. To contrast against the bright yellow upper, the footwear features a crisp white midsole, laces and heel counter, which comes complete with the intricate 3D lion head. Cherry red details add another pop of color along the insole and outsole, while Nike Swooshes on the quarter round it all off.
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HFR is proud to announce the 2nd drop of the @nike x @kingjames collaboration with designers @fenoel @kimberlygoldson @love_ucny! – The first shoe sold out in less than 5 minutes and now we’re back! We can’t wait until the official launch this week! Download the @snkrsnow app! – Oh and these are unisex so guys we have you covered! Drop a ?below if you’re ready to grab your piece of history because this collaboration with 3 black female designers is a moment! – Thank you @nike @kingjames for seeing us! – #history #epiccollaboration #blackfemaledesigners #morethananathlete