The Nike LeBron 15 made its retail debut this morning as it released in the Ghost colorway. Did you pick up a pair? If you didn’t but you still like the silhouette then maybe you’ll like this new Black/Volt pair that is seen above.
Unveiled in a recent interview with Jason Petrie, Nike Basketball designer who has worked with LeBron James for more than a decade, this new LeBron 15 colorway features a Black BattleKnit upper with bright volt accents placed on the outsole and inner liner.
Down below are a few of the questions from the interview with Jason Petrie regarding the design process of the Nike LeBron 15.
adidas has unveiled a fully customizable version of the Ultra Boost XENO which can be personalized through adidas’ customization function, miadidas. Featuring XENO iridescent technology, the Ultra Boost remains driven by innovation and style but enables fans to add their own unique design twists.
The mi Ultra Boost XENO is the customizable follow up to the popular mi Ultra Boost Rainbow model released earlier this year. The new release sees the Ultra Boost reimagined in a monochrome colorway and accented by light-responsive XENO iridescent technology details which take on a new form in every light. The shoe boasts the same features including the Boost midsole, dual-density Torsion System and Continental Rubber outsole, but the miadidas Ultra Boost XENO allows fans to create their own style and add their design elements through a series of customizable options. The mesh upper, caging, laces and outsole can all be customized, with the iridescent XENO effect on the tongue logo and heel pod. In an exciting introduction for miadidas BOOST, the release of the mi adidas UltraBOOST XENO also marks the first time that the ultra-cushioned BOOST midsole will be available in black for customization.