Official Images of the Nike LeBron 20 "The Debut"

Following James’ stat-packed season debut.

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Now that the 2022-23 NBA Season has begun, fans have already got a feel for how players might show up this year. One notable point from the first batch of games is the inhuman ability of LeBron James to remain at the top of his game. Netting a near triple-double to start the season, James once again is showing that age can’t stop him from showing out. While his endurance in taking on an 82 game season will be tested, there’s no doubt that under the right circumstances, he’s still the King.

As expected, James rocked his newest signature sneaker, the Nike LeBron 20, in its “Violet Frost” colorway. As the sneaker continues to shine with several of James’ teammates, including Anthony Davis, utilizing the LeBron 20 in the Lakers’ season opener, Nike has shared yet another colorway. Named “The Debut,” a white and black “Oreo”-esque knit upper carries black Swooshes with its second lateral Swoosh arriving in gold with a red outline. Typical LeBron XX detailing arrives at the tongue, dubrae, sockliner and heel while an icy translucent outsole completes the look.

For those looking to pick up the Nike LeBron 20 “The Debut,” it is currently scheduled to hit shelves December 12 at a price of $200 USD via Nike and select Nike Basketball retailers.

In other footwear news, be sure to check out an on-foot look at the Air Jordan 2 “Craft” ahead of its upcoming release date.

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