Official Images of the Nike LeBron 18 Low "Greedy"

LeBron’s latest low-top hoop shoe puts his affinity for the Air Max 95 on full display.

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LeBron James‘ affinity for Nike‘s Air Max 95 is no secret, so the King is celebrating his favorite Swoosh lifestyle silhouette with his LeBron 18 Low “Greedy.” Essentially a Nike Basketball remake of a classic Nike Sportswear style that last released in 2020 and 2015, this low-cut LeBron 18 is a homage to the AM95 in color, but all on-court performance in build.

Uppers are made of a thin-yet-sturdy synthetic material that’s split between white on the lateral side and black on the medial side. A cachaphony of mismatching colored accents then collide on each foot in tribute to some familiar colorways — standouts include the Air Max 95 “Grape” on the left shoe’s tongue and Air Max 95 “Neon” on the right shoe’s lateral quarter — while each tongue’s familiar badge is altered to read “LeBron.”

Insoles supply a “LBJ” graphic in place of a familiar Air hit, while cushioning is handled by a hybrid Air/React midsole. The former technology appears in bulbous fashion below the heel’s large support clip, while the latter is tucked into a more trim forefoot. Outsoles fuse multiple traction patterns to complete the shoe’s blend of looks and tech.

At the time of writing, an official release date for the Nike LeBron 18 Low “Greedy” has yet to be revealed. However, it’ll likely hit retailers later this summer and be priced at $160 USD.

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