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.
LeBron’s latest signature silhouette pays homage to a famous colorway of his favorite casual sneakers.
Marking James’ first iced tea and lemonade-inspired makeup since the LeBron 12 Low in 2015.
As part of a six-year agreement between the university and the Swoosh.
A colorway that dates back to the earliest days of the King’s signature Nike Basketball line.
Each signature silhouette is treated with Nike’s sustainable Regrind materials.
Bold lion stripes and giraffe-like patterns spruce up the signature shoes.
Utilizing the Los Angeles basketball team’s signature home colors.