Take a Look at the LeBron James x Nike Air Force 1 "Strive for Greatness"

Dropping later this Fall.

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LeBron James, aka King James is getting his own colorway in the Nike Air Force 1 Low called “Strive for Greatness.” The new design offers a fresh look, just in time for the beginning of the NBA season.

The LeBron James x Nike Air Force 1 sports a tan and sale color blocking detailed resembling that of a checkerboard pattern, resting on top of the classic solid white AF1 rubber sole. The shoe is accented with a black Swoosh as well as a blue and black Nike and “King James” co-branding on the tongue and back heel. The heel also contains a blue graphic of a lion wearing a crown (often synonymous with James), roaming in an oasis. The athlete’s “LJ” logo also appears on the toe box and his slogan, “Strive For Greatness” is printed on the insoles.

The shoe arrives later this Fall and will retail for $130 USD. Check out Nike for more details.

In other footwear news, the NBA has whipped up two new contrasting Nike Air Force 1 High renditions.

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