The Nike LeBron Soldier 13 is the thirteenth model in Nike's LeBron Soldier basketball shoe range. It has two straps on the outside, nylon uppers, and herringbone traction. The sneakers will be available in a variety of colours and will be formally released on July 1st, 2019.
LeBron James announced his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers on April 29th, 2018. Since then, the world has been waiting for new products from his brand - LeBrons Army. On June 4th, 2019, it was confirmed that a new colourway of the Nike LeBron Soldier 13 would be released on July 1st at select Nike stores and lebron.com. The "Black/Cement Grey" version features black leather with cement grey accents on the outsole and heel tab. Cement grey also covers some of the interior components including the tongue and pull tabs.
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The Nike LeBron Soldier 10 is the most recent shoe model in LeBron James and Nike Basketball's Zoom Soldier line. It has Zoom technology, increased ankle support, and three huge Velcro straps. On June 21st, 2016, the Nike LeBron Soldier 10 released in unique championship colors via NIKEiD for $180.
In 2014, Nike brought back the LeBron 10 by re-releasing them with a new color scheme of Black/Volt/White and Orange/Black/White. The original black and orange color scheme was only available through July 30th, so make sure to pick up a pair before they're gone for good!
The LeBron 10 has been released in several different styles over the years including a high top version, which was exclusive to China, a Christmas release that included red, green, and white options, and more. You can find detailed information about each release below along with photos of each style.
LeBron James' fourteenth signature basketball sneaker is the Nike LeBron 14. The sneakers are $175 at the time of writing. It has mesh, designed laser perforations, a midfoot strap, Zoom Air, and other features. They are available in black/white, black/orange, and white/orange.
When they were first released in 2012, the shoes sold out within minutes online. They are usually priced around $100-$150 but can go for as high as $200 or more.
Here are some photos of the original 2012 model:
Photos courtesy of Sneakersnstuff.com.
Here are some photos of the 2013 model:
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Here are some photos of the 2014 model (which was also released in black/orange):
Photos by Chris Schuler (@cschulercphotography).
LeBron James, who presently plays for the Los Angeles Lakers, has a Nike signature shoe line, with the LeBron 17 being the current model. In addition to the in-game trademark sneaker, LeBron is producing throwback versions of his previous releases, like the Air Zoom Generation (his debut shoe) and, most recently, the LeBron 3.
In 2020, we can expect to see another iteration of the LeBron 9 from this year, with an "Infrared" colorway planned. The latest version of this shoe was first released in 2015 and remains one of James' most popular models to date. It features a full length leather upper with infrared lights embedded into the outsole for added visibility during game time.
LeBron also has a Vans brand shoe line that he signed back in 2014. The Night Train 2 was the first release from this partnership and it's still going strong today. In 2020, we can expect to see another collaboration between James and Vans, with multiple reports indicating a new version of the Night Train will be coming soon. No details are available at this time but we do know it will feature the same black and white look as last time around.
Finally, there is the Jumpman logo on basketball shoes owned by sponsors. From 2010 to 2019, Michael Jordan himself had a branded shoe line called Air Jordan that was sponsored by Nike. In 2020, we can expect to see another iteration of these shoes designed by Jordan with the Jumpman logo instead of his own name.