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Last night, LeBron James took his talents back to the court for the Los Angeles Lakers, for the first time since Christmas, after suffering a groin injury. At the tip of each NBA Season, a new signature LeBron silhouette is unveiled, and around the All Star break, is when the low-cut editions release.
A Black and Tan iteration of the Nike LeBron 16 low has officially surfaced, and we have a first look for you. The sneakers sport the same wave bone sole and full-length, decoupled Nike Max Zoom bag as its high-cut predecessor.
A one-piece compression bootie construction is intact, along the upper, while the main build of the upper looks to sport a ballistic nylon overlay, along the neoprene bootie. An additional lateral fuse overlay has also been placed along the medial side of the sneakers for extra security and containment.
A synthetic leather heel panel is evident, borrowing the main set-up as its high-cut predecessor. Small swoosh embroidery is visible at the lateral toe, while the signature lion logo is placed at the tongue, and a crown is shaded into the heel. “LeBron” and “James” completes the insoles, and a medial black embroidered swoosh finishes off the rest of the shoes.
While the Nike LeBron 16 Low currently does not have a set release date, you can expect these to hit the shelves, and select Nike stockists later into the Spring, after the All-Star break. What are your thoughts of the Nike LeBron 16 Low? Will these meet the expectations of its predecessor? Drop your thoughts down below, and grab a First Look at the King’s newest kicks below.
Nick Montesano, born and raised out of New Jersey. High school Senior, sneaker fanatic, performance guru. Love to share my passion for sneakers of all kinds, and bring you all daily content. Favorite shoe ever: adidas Harden Vol. 3. Favorite player ever: LeBron James.