LeBron James debuted his newest signature shoe, the Nike LeBron 14 (XIV), during the epic Christmas Day game against the Golden State Warriors. The brand new LeBron shoes, which feature a mix of Hex-Zoom cushioning and a mid-foot strap, was showcased to the world in a grey-based colorway that added hits of bright orange and neon green for that much-needed standout appeal in a court full of signature shoes. If the brighter colorways aren't your thing, not to worry, because the LeBron 14 is releasing in simpler colorways like this black/white pair that comes adorned with an icy outsole. Last night, the Cleveland Cavaliers faced the Chicago Bulls in a Hardwood Classics-themed match, as LeBron James flaunted the yet-to-release Nike LeBron 14, coordinated in the respective "HWC" colorway that correlates with the Cavs' 80s era throwback uniforms.
Jordans 2017, Noted as a player exclusive, the new performance basketball silhouette is simply draped in vibrant orange, while royal blue accents and gradient-effect detailing is evidenced across its midsole unit. Finally, an icy translucent outsole unit finishes off the versatile profile altogether. Looks like the cat is out of the bag. LeBron James, who had been practicing in the LeBron 14, was finally spotted in his new shoe by the Cleveland Cavaliers Instagram account. The shoes feature a strap (as mentioned in our last report) and a much shorter cut than the previous LeBron signature installments and most certainly the high-rising LeBron Soldier 10. The soles appear to have Zoom pods in sections, similar to how the LeBron 12 featuring the Hex-Zoom for that distinct outsole design. For over a decade, the Nike LeBron collection has provided top of the line basketball sneakers. With innovative technology, the collection continues to grow tremendously. The LeBron collection thrives producing an array of chromatic sneakers in vivid colors that are highly noticeable on the hardwood and unmistaken on the street.
New Jordans 2016 Regarding the upcoming Nike LeBron 14 we're still very much in the dark. The design is complete and this trainer looking silhouette is here to stay. However, I'm sure fans would appreciate a little but of retro feel by including elements of past Nike LeBrons. Since the 14's feature a strap it would be nice if they added the mismatched NIKE and Swoosh straps… the same way they did it twelve years ago! Let's face it… having big Swoosh logos everywhere is not everyone's cup of tea. Following a debut of the Nike LeBron 14 during a Christmas Day victory against the Golden State Warriors, LeBron James is again spotted in his upcoming signature silhouette. This time the shoe takes on a more simplistic monochromatic black and white blend. Unlike the vibrant colorway LeBron wore during on Christmas Day, this pair features a simple black color scheme throughout the entire upper, including the strap, with white handling the midsole and outline of the swoosh branding.