First Look at the Nike LeBron 15 Low »

Feb 17, 2018 at 4:11 pm | lebron-xvshoes

The tradition continues. King James has a habit of unveiling his future low-top signature shoes during the All-Star Game practice. This year it’s no different.

Just moments ago LeBron James stepped out in the Nike LeBron 15 Low. Unlike the early stage sample we saw last month, the actual low-top 15 don’t feature the 360 Air Max unit, but the heel 180 Zoom Max instead. Other than that the shoe features the BattleKnit upper and the biggest change is the placement of the Swoosh logo, which traveled from the heel to the lateral side again.

There was one more surprise today. King James showcased the Air Zoom Generation ‘All-Star Game’ edition. Nike made this pair 14 years ago and it was meant to be released, but it was scrapped because The King wasn’t selected to the game in the end. The original pair had 2-15-2004 stitched on the inside. As you can see below today’s version has the new date!

First Look at the Nike LeBron 15 Low First Look at the Nike LeBron 15 Low First Look at the Nike LeBron 15 Low

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