Decked in tones of cyan and lime green, the uppers host a bevy of bright accents like “Total Orange,” yellow and white. As per usual, the sneaker is constructed with a sock-like fit, with neoprene fabric gracing the upper collars. A rubber patch logo is placed at the top of the tongue, with purple lace stays running through the middle. Below lies breathable mesh juxtaposed with a suede heel panel tinged in lime green – “Nike” branding pops out in orange at the rear, while a yellow mini-Swoosh is placed at the forefoot. Wrapping up the basketball silhouette, transparent Air Units are coupled with an outsole color-blocked in shades of magenta, black and orange.
The Nike LeBron 16 Low will be available at 6 a.m. EST on July 1 at sneakersnstuff.com for approximately $169 USD.
In other related news, Converse Japan has given the Chuck Taylor All-Stars a striking see-through update.