Nike Laces Up The New LeBron 19 Low in a "Bred" Colorway

Swapping out the Max Air cushioning for a React Foam.

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Hand in hand with Nike, LeBron James preps the new LeBron 19 Low in the beloved “Bred” colorway. Back in 2019, the LeBron Soldier 12 Flyease received a similar makeover. The classic red and black color scheme is a foolproof outfit that has been seen on the Los Angeles Lakers forward’s previous releases such as the Lebron 17 “Uptempo” and LeBron Soldier 14.

Unlike the high-top variation, this upcoming installment prefers a more minimalistic approach with a clean black mesh upper supported with a white leather toe box. The tongue features angular branding tabs with the forefront sporting a red hue showcasing King James’ crown layered on top of a black tab with an embossed lion’s face. The heel is shaped in black leather with additional vents and lined with red branding strips to match the sockliner. A white mini Swoosh is sewn on the medial front while a mold is found on the split red and black midsole housing a React Foam. The red rubber outsole seals the look altogether.

Look out for the Nike LeBron 19 Low “Bred” to release in the coming weeks at select retailers and via Nike.

Elsewhere in footwear, Jordan Brand announced that the Off-White™️ x Air Jordan 4 “Bred” will not be released.

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