James’ seventh signature basketball model is well known for the full-length Air Max cushioning system featured on the heel of the midsole for on-court explosiveness. Additional details include a classic image of James as a toddler shooting hoops printed on the insole.The re-release of the Nike LeBron 7 “Christmas” will launch on the SNKRS app as well as at select Nike Basketball stockists tomorrow for a retail price of $200 for men’s sizing, $150 for kids and $90 for toddlers.In related news, James and the rest of his Los Angeles Lakers squad are scheduled to play during this year’s Christmas Day games featuring the highly-anticipated matchup against their hometown rivals of the Los Angeles Clippers.It has been a big year for fans of Travis Scott’s sneaker collaborations, and it looks like there are no signs of him slowing down in the New Year.
The Houston rap star’s next sneaker project is expected to arrive in the form of the Nike Air Max 270 React. In a teaser shared on Instagram, the purported shoe features a light cream mesh upper that incorporates a wavelike design covering the material while soft suede is applied near the ankle. The look is completed with all-gold tooling.In November, Colin Kaepernick held a private workout in Atlanta, where he showcased his skills to scouts from a handful of NFL teams while debuting his latest sneaker collaboration with Nike.As fans anxiously await the official release information to arrive, New York-based sneaker consignment shop Stadium Goods has provided a detailed look at the pair.Similar to what fans have already seen Kaepernick wearing in the workout, this collaborative Air Force 1 Low features a stealthy black hue covering the suede and leather upper while a gradient black-to-white leather Swoosh contrasts with the tonal appearance.
An embroidered caricature of the former NFL quarterback is emblazoned onto the white leather heel tab along with “K” branding on the tongue and a special “7” hangtag. Completing the look is a white midsole and a translucent outsole. Printed on the outsole of the right shoe is “08 14 16” (Aug. 14, 2016), the date Kaepernick first knelt to protest police brutality.According to the listing from the store, fans can expect the Colin Kaepernick x Nike Air Force 1 Low to be released on Dec. 28, 2019, but the company has not yet made an official announcement.