Alongside several other Air Jordan releases, two sacai x Nike Vaporwaffles and Vivienne Westwood’s ASICS GEL-Kayano 27s.
Geometric patterns and floral embroidered Swooshes add some Spring flair to the hoops-ready model.
Namely atmos’ Air Max 1 “Viotech” from 2003, the year LeBron James was drafted.
LeBron’s latest low-top hoop shoe puts his affinity for the Air Max 95 on full display.
A bring-back that was oft-spotted on the Mamba during the 2011 postseason.
Short for “Playoff Pack,” the “POP” originally debuted in the summer of 2011 during the Lakers’ quest for a second three-peat.
LeBron’s latest signature silhouette pays homage to a famous colorway of his favorite casual sneakers.
Alongside other high heat drops like the Wasted Youth x Nike SB Dunk Low and Kim Jones’ new Converse collection.
An appealing bringback from the second “golden age” of Nike Basketball.