As the namesake of a sneaker, you’re able to get your hands on more than the average consumer. LeBron James took to Instagram to show off a few colorways that he dubbed the “Blue Flame”, “Cannon”, “Tennis Ball” and “Galaxy” Nike LeBron 9 P.S. Elite. If you’ve been keeping up with the Nike LeBron 9, you’d recognize that all of these Elite’s are actually inspired by the colorways of the Nike LeBron 9, minus the “Tennis Ball” colorway which has never been seen before. Would you like to see these colorways of the Nike LeBron 9 P.S. Elite drop eventually? Check them out below.
The Nike LeBron X “Blue Diamond” officially drops tomorrow, 10/4, at select Nike retailers. It will also be available HERE on Nike Store at 8am EST on release date. The Nike LeBron X “Blue Diamond” will be available in both $200 X+ and $270 X+ Sport Pack versions.
The latest original silhouette from Nike Sportswear will take us back about 30 years in time. The Nike Air Solstice is inspired by mid 80′s runners such as the Nike Air Vortex and Nike Air Safari, and the latest colorway is even given the vintaged effect. The Nike Air Solstice combines suede and ripstop nylon on a Medium Olive upper with Black and Orange accents sitting atop a pre-Yellowed White midsole. The Nike Air Solstice is now available at select Nike Sportswear retailers.