Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James entered the league as a star. Coming in from high school, LeBron became the number one overall pick because of all the hype. Nike cashed in on this early, offering a deal worth more than $80 million to a teen LeBron.
Fast forward 18 years, LeBron is still the face of the organization. After starting with Air Zooms, which didn’t even have his name, James currently dons the LeBron 18 Low, which bears his own logo alongside Nike’s. It comes in three different versions.
The first one is the classic one which is just black. The other two are colorways: Summer Refresh, which combines Bright Lime and Mango hues is subtle, while the other is Neon Nights, which combines Hot Pink and Cool Blue which is inspired by the nighttime city skyline.
The Neon Nights version is the most recently worn pair by LeBron. He wore it in his last few games before getting injured.
The shoes have the Max Air unit under the heel which helps powerful athletes like LeBron with movement. The cushioning and thin mesh on the sides provide sufficient breathing room and comfort for the athletes.
Bron first wore it in their win against the Warriors on March 15. He dropped a triple-double in that game, scoring 22 points, while grabbing 10 rebounds and 11 assists. That is a remarkable start to his time with his new shoes. Sadly, he got injured in the fourth game he played while wearing those shoes.
Where can you buy LeBron James’ latest shoes?
The LeBron 18 Low will be available in the Nike official outlets. It is also available on their website, albeit the colorways are not in stock currently.
However, one can avail of the Neon Lights colorways on the JD Sports website, which also has the classic ones in stock. Unfortunately, neither of them have the Summer Refresh colorways.
How much do they cost?
Currently, the LeBron 18 Low is priced at $160 dollars. It is $40 lesser than the previously released LeBron 18s.
Over his career, LeBron has had a lot of signature shoes, and these are some of the finest of his collection so far. Currently, on the sidelines, fans are desperate to have him back on the court, where he can continue to help the Lakers while donning his new shoes.
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