Nike and LeBron James are continuing the Kings ever-popular signature line with the new Nike LeBron 15. James has been very vocal about how this shoe is his favorite one to date from his line. This high-performance basketball sneaker features an evolved form of Flyknit, cushioning units that combine Max Air and Zoom Air, and a full bootie construction that offers a true one-to-one fit. LeBron signature shoes have always been creative with placement of the Swoosh, and the LeBron 15 is no different as it features the brand logo on the inner heel of the shoe and the tail end of the logo wrapping around to the lateral heel.
Back when the LeBron 4 dropped, Nike dropped a special ‘Fruity Pebbles’ pair to honor LBJs love of the cereal. The King’s favorite breakfast treat has inspired colorways of his signature sneakers all the way back to the LeBron 4, and now his new LeBron 15 will be the latest in the line to arrive in the cereal-inspired “Fruity Pebbles” colorway. The brightly-colored sneaker features a multi-color variant of Nike’s new BattleKnit upper with Black detailing on the tongue, heel collar, laces and pull tab. A Black midsole and translucent full-length Zoom unit and outsole complete the shoe’s contrast between light and dark.
Make sure you grab your pair of the Nike LeBron 15 ‘4 Horsemen’ on April 12th at Finishline.com.
Like they do every year, Nike is complimenting King Jame’ signature model with a low-top that is just as clean. The LeBron 15 has been a fan favorite since it dropped back in October and now it’s getting a summer-ready upgrade. While LeBron’s style of game favors a mid-cut, Nike still knows how to keep low top fans happy. We’ve seen a lot of his recent models get released in a low version which give them a much more casual look that can still do work on the court. The Nike LeBron 15 Low looks very similar to the original LeBron 15, as the entire upper is constructed out of Nike’s BattleKnit material. Now, Nike is dropping two new colorways of this smooth low-top that are perfect for the spring and summer months.
One pair comes dressed in a Light Bone, Dark Stucco and Sail color scheme. This low-top rendition of the Nike LeBron 15 features a sock-like ankle collar with Grey tones throughout its BattleKnit constructed upper. A White midsole and Pink translucent outsole completes the design. The other pair comes dressed in a White and Metallic Silver colorway. It features a clean White upper and is complemented with hits of Metallic Silver on the swoosh and it sits atop an icy translucent outsole.
Make sure you grab your pair of the Nike LeBron 15 Low ‘Light Bone’ and ‘White Metallic’ on March 31st at Finishline.com.
One of the more popular aesthetics across LeBron’s signature line with Nike has been the recurring graffiti theme that has been featured on models like the LeBron 4, LeBron 6, and the LeBron 11 in the past. Now, LeBron’s newest signature sneaker is getting the classic treatment. Back in January, LeBron debuted this sneaker in a game against the Boston Celtics and he had sneakerheads watching closely to get a detailed look at the sneaker. This pair comes dressed in a white, black and university red color scheme and all of the colors compliment each other perfectly. This Nike LeBron 15 is a nod to the original Nike Zoom LeBron 4 “Graffiti” from 2006. Much like the LeBron 4, this LeBron 15 sports a white and black color scheme with stylized writing on the midsole’s Zoom bag and is one of the better details we’ve seen on this sneaker.
Make sure you grab your pair of the Nike LeBron 15 ‘Graffiti’ on March 2nd at Finishline.com.