This OG colorway of the Nike Zoom LeBron 3 features a balanced combination of White and Navy all throughout the upper which has been constructed out of a perforated leather along with patent leather overlays. Additional details include Swoosh and “LJ23” branding on the heels, silver metal eyelets, the lion’s head on the tongue, and “LJ23” on the dubraes.
Inspired by the Nike LeBron 3 PE from 2005, this new colorway of the Nike LeBron 16 comes constructed out of a white Battleknit upper with royal blue patent leather overlays. Yellow and red accents have also been added to complete the “Superman” theme. Additional details include LeBron’s “LJ23” logo by the toe, his tiger logo on the tongue, a Swoosh on the heel, and the Dunkman logo on the outsole.
Coming off the release of the I Promise colorway last week, we now bring you a look one of the next colorways of the Nike LeBron 16 that will be releasing next month.
Known as the Nike LeBron I’m King, this colorway is inspired by LeBron being the king of the court. This Nike LeBron 16 features an all-black Battleknit upper with tonal detailing on the laces, tongue. heel counter, and the majority of the midsole. Additional details include debossed “I’M KING” writing on the heel, LeBron’s signature in gold on the tongue, a gold crown printed on the insoles, and a purple Dunkman logo on the outsoles.
The Nike LeBron 16 20 20 is the next rendition of the silhouette, dropping this weekend, and it’s nickname is a tribute to LeBron James’ high basketball IQ and his vision on the court, especially when making incredible passes. The sneaker’s updated Battleknit 2.0 upper is officially covered in Multi-Color, Metallic Silver, and Cool Grey, while speckled detailing is seen on the midsole. Finally, Max Air cushioning and a white rubber outsole completes the bold design.
Retailing for $185, look for the Nike LeBron 16 20 20 at select Nike stores and online on October 27. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Making its original debut back in 2006, the Nike Zoom LeBron 3 returns in the original black and gold offering as the the upper features a leather and nubuck construction with Metallic Gold detailing on the eyelets, the Swoosh and LeBron branding on the medial and lateral heels, and the sole unit.
Current reports have the Nike Zoom LeBron 3 in Black/Metallic Gold releasing some time during the holiday season for $175. Will you be looking to cop?
The Nike LeBron 16 I Promise is the next rendition of LeBron James’ newest signature sneaker for fall/winter, and it’s inspired by his children and the I Promise school that James opened earlier this summer in Ohio. The model’s Battleknit 2.0 upper is covered in black, followed by multicolor accents seen on the underlay, Swooshes on the heel and outsole. Finishing touches include “WE ARE FAMILY” message on the leather heel wrap, along with “The LeBron James Family Foundation,” and an icy translucent outsole under the toe.