Although it appears that Nike’s #LeBronWatch has come to a stop (at least temporarily), the brand is still pumping out special editions the rival the elevated concepts and colorways from that campaign.
Launching on January 7th in the new year is a LeBron 17 inspired by the Air Jordan 6 “Infrared”, complete with a lace-lock (with the Dunkman replacing the Jumpman) and the King’s name in the classic Flight typeface from the late 1980s/early 1990s.
Another homage to Nike Flight can be seen on the insole via the axial symbol, while a chenille 23 is placed front and center on the tongue. You can expect these to hit on 1/7 at select retailers.
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