Rumors surrounding the return of the limited
Revisiting the LeBron 4 — which most recently popped up last year for a special “Fruity Pebbles” look — its bulky build sees black, white and red combine for its color arrangement. The collar favors a black base with a white Swoosh outlined in red, matching the lining. Just below that, its upper carries slick white overlays while its signature “Graffiti” theme is noted with white-on-black script spread throughout the lower level. Underneath a red, semi-translucent outsole is joined by black segments to complete the court-ready look.
While Nike has yet to share any release details surrounding the return of the LeBron 4 “Graffiti,” it’s already hit shelves via select retailers at a price of $240 USD. Stay tuned for updates regarding a launch via Nike SNKRS in the coming weeks.
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