Take an Official Look at the Nike LeBron 19 Low "Magic Fruity Pebbles"

Inspired by the beloved cereal.

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LeBron James is honoring his favorite breakfast for a champion cereal with his latest pair of Nike releases. The “Fruity Pebbles” series first launched in 2006 when Nike dropped the LeBron 4 PE. Since then, the company has dropped several cereal-inspired sneakers, including the LeBron 19 Low.

The latest Nike LeBron 19 Low “Magic Fruity Pebbles” features a white base and a red and yellow cereal graphic that covers the inner bootie and tongue. The same cereal design is carried over to the sole of the shoe. The insoles provide a subtle highlight to the shoe and see a cartoon design of James dunking on the left and Fred Flinstone on the right. “Magic Fruity Pebbles” is embroidered in a playful font and in multicolors, behind the tongue that sits on top of the icy, translucent outsole to round out the design.

Boxes of Magic Fruity Pebbles are being given away with the shoes, for those who purchase the shoe online at Nike. The Nike LeBron 19 Low “Magic Fruity Pebbles” arrives March 9.

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