Official Images of the Nike LeBron 4 "Fruity Pebbles"

The sought-after PE from 2006 is finally seeing a general release next year.

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It’s LeBron James’ 21st season in the NBA this year and, despite being the oldest player remaining in the league, he continues to demonstrate that he’s capable of taking over any game he plays in. Backing his dominance, Nike Basketball introduced the LeBron 21 this season. While pushing his line forward, the duo has also taken time this year to celebrate the past. Silhouettes such as the LeBron 2 and Air Zoom Generation have returned to shelves to celebrate King James while sought-after releases such as the LeBron 4 “Graffiti” have also made a reappearance.

Looking ahead to 2024, another grail to hit the market is the LeBron 4 “Fruity Pebbles.” The design first appeared in 2006 as a player exclusive for James, with the occasional used pair appearing on secondhand marketplaces for thousands of dollars. After being rumored to release in late 2022, it’s finally time for the pair to be made available to the general public. Its multicolored finish celebrates James’ favorite cereal as the pair comes complete with a thematic sole unit, carries Fruity Pebbles branding at the interior tongue tag and is completed by a special sockliner and shoe box.

At the time of writing, Nike has not yet declared its release procedure for the LeBron 4 “Fruity Pebbles.” However, it’s currently expected to release via Nike SNKRS and select retailers on February 23 of next year at a starting price of $250 USD. Stay tuned for updates as we await official confirmation from the Swoosh.

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