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Nike LeBron 16 Triple Black

In addition to his upcoming Harlem’s Fashion Row collaboration, LeBron James’ 16th signature sneaker will soon be getting new general release looks like this upcoming “Triple Black” take.A staple of King James’ signature line, this “Triple Black” LeBron 16 colorway covers the sneaker’s entire upper in a stealthy black knit with nubuck on the tongue and heel.

LeBron James officially unveiled the upcoming Nike LeBron 16 a couple of weeks ago in a black/red colorway. Now the shoe has surfaced in a new stealthy Triple Black option.The Nike LeBron 16 features a Flyknit upper with Swoosh branding on the ankles, the LJ crown logo on the tongue, and a debossed lion crest logo on the heel. Down below we see a visible Zoom Max Air unitjust like we saw on the LeBron 15. This pair takes on a tonal look that can be rocked with ease as the whole shoe comes covered in black.

Nike Basketball is finally set to officially debut LeBron James’ 16th signature shoe, the LeBron 16 in September. The first two pairs that are scheduled to release is the “HFR” and “Bred” iterations.Adding to the lineup will be an upcoming “Triple Black” colorway. This Nike LeBron 16 features a Black Flyknit with matching Swoosh and “LJ” crown logos. A debossed lion crest logo on the heel atop a visible Zoom Max Air sole unit completes the design.

 

Nike LeBron 16 “Triple Black”
Color: Black/Black-Black
Release Date: Fall 2018
Price: $185

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Nike LeBron 16 “Bred”

LeBron James has taken to his Instagram today to officially unveil his next signature shoe with Nike, the Nike LeBron 16. Pictured above, the Nike LeBron 16 comes constructed out of a Flyknit material on the upper with Swoosh branding on the ankles, the LJ crown logo on the tongue, and a debossed lion crest logo on the heel. The sole setup uses visible Zoom Max Air unit and is identical to the one used on the LeBron 15. This pair showcased by Bron comes done in a black upper with subtle University Red detailing. Current reports have the shoe pegged for a September 20th release date.

Nike Basketball and LeBron James are officially set to release his sixteenth signature with the brand, the Nike LeBron 16. Before the shoe debuts, LeBron James was spotted wearing them giving us a first look at the upcoming Black/University Red colorway.The shoe features a Flyknit upper with small Swoosh logos on the heel piece that includes a debossed lion crest logo. The LJ crown logo appears on the tongues atop a visible Zoom Max Air unit that was used on the LeBron 15.

We can expect new jerseys and new kicks for LeBron James’ sixteenth season in the NBA. The 3-time champion signed a max contract deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, and Nike is ready to join him on this potential final leg with a brand new signature shoe called the Nike LeBron 16. As the Swoosh typically does, the LeBron 16 will launch with some special edition colorways, but according to retailer Finish Line, the Nike LeBron 16 will indeed release on September 20th in a simple and standard Black/University Red mix – the same version seen on the feet of LeBron James at a recent workout in LA.

 


Nike LeBron 16
Color: Black/Black-University Red
Style Code: AO2588-002
Release Date: September 20, 2018

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Nike LeBron 16 shoe in Lakers colors have leaked

Tuesday is a day when Lakers Nation can finally start to visualize what LeBron James will look like in a Lakers uniform.

The team officially unveiled their new skew of jerseys on Tuesday, which also coincided with a leak of the first images of LeBron’s new signature shoe, the LeBron 16, via Bleacher Report. The leaked images were, of course, Lakers colors.

Nike did a lot of different things last year with LeBron’s signature shoes, including the LeBron Watch campaign, which sold shoes James was wearing in real time on the court.

At first glance, the LeBron 16 has a little bit of a different texture on the upper from the Battleknit the 15s had. The heel also appears to be a little different with what looks to be LeBron’s lion logo etched on the back rather than the big Nike swooshes on the previous version.

There’s been no official release date set publicly, but LeBron’s latest signature shoe is set for a fall release.