To celebrate the 33rd birthday of King Lebron James on December 30th, KITH and Nike are collaborating on the release of the Lebron XV “Long Live the King” collection. The two brands have already started the narrative of the great life and strife of Lebron through a short documentary (see video way below) that depicts Lebron’s meteoric rise from humble beginnings. The whole idea is quite inspiring and the product created pulls at the strings of your heart and purse.
Acclaimed sneaker designer Ronnie Fieg connected with Nike to create two new versions of the Lebron XV – one is a performance tool and the other a lifestyle accessory for extreme stunting.
The Performance Lebron XV (which King James wore on Christmas Day) takes a refined approach to a high activity sneaker with all the varied branding (asymmetrically) by KITH, Nike and Lebron (Long Live the King) that you can tolerate. The whole sneaker is fastened together with a rose gold zip that runs dead center of the ensemble. The sneaker will retail for about $200 and will come in a rose gold hue.
The Lifestyle Lebron XV is constructed with a Flyknit upper and what seems to be an intricate strapping system which also serves as an auxiliary technique for further branding. There are a variety of straps for this sneaker that allows it to be worn in multiple ways. The Lifestyle Lebron XV will retail for $230 and will come in stained glass and concrete hues.
The shoes will go on sale at midnight eastern time on 12/30/2017 at KITH shops and KITH.com.
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