Official Look at the LeBron x Nike Air Max 1 "Liverpool"

Following the release of the LeBron 9 Low in “Reverse Liverpool.”

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Since 2011, NBA star LeBron James has owned a 2% stake in Liverpool FC. This year, Nike and James have once again begun rolling out another apparel collection to celebrate James’ involvement with the football club. Earlier this year, James and Nike unveiled the Nike LeBron 9 Low in “Reverse Liverpool”.

Now, the pair have joined forces to reveal yet another Liverpool-focused colorway for the Nike Air Max 1. The shoe arrives in a color blocking nod to the Liverpool F.C. kits and sees the Air Max 1 come constructed in a mixed mesh and leather makeup. The panels on the upper are dressed in green and black leather and white mesh, while the Nike Swoosh is highlighted in black. The insoles are detailed in the franchise’s signature red palette. Nods to Fenway Sports Group, You’ll Never Walk Alone (YNWA) and Strive for Greatness (SFG) are seen as insignias on the heels as well as on the co-branded insoles and special packaging. The shoe sits atop a bold green speckled outsole to round out the design.

The LeBron x Nike Air Max 1 “Liverpool” is slated to arrive by the end of the year in select retailers and on Nike.

In other footwear news, take a look at the ASICS GEL-Nimbus 9 in “Clay Grey.”

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