Air Max 270, Like most athletes signed to Nike, you’d imagine that LeBron James gets the hookup with pretty much any sneaker he wants, although the latest pair he debuted are definitely one of the rarest in his collection. Rumoured to be 1-of-1 and created exclusively for the star, the Nike Air Force 1 “Kings of LA'' showcases premium touches across an already timeless silhouette, once again cementing LeBron’s taste for the finer things in life.
The Nike Air Force 1 was crafted from premium leather and displaying classic details such as the Swoosh logo and ankle straps, a few hidden extras set these apart from the general release pair.The 1-of-1 shoes are replete with striking details that are influenced by LA and chess. Standing out on the heel’s exterior is a duo of king-piece patches that are dripped in purple and gold to honor the Lakers. The mid-foot panels are designed with a map of the City of Angels, and it’s been elevated with reflective detailing and color-blocked to represent a chessboard. Ankle straps usher in more flair as well as they are decorated with “Chess Not Checkers” and “Love Live The King” notations while the tongues are accessorized with the lyrics “Try to be the king, but the Ace is back!” from Dr. Dre‘s “Still D.R.E.”
This Sacai x Nike Blazer Low Dark Grey displays design themes that are prevalent in Nike and Sacai's collaborative history together.Following the last version - even if the grey colourway is somewhat more muted - from the Swooshes to their exposed foam tongues doubled, here the sole grabs the attention with a layered design that continues right the way up the heels.An Iron Grey and white leather upper provides a neutral look, allowing its layered construction to rise to prominence. From there, doubled Swooshes, tongues, and eyestays add a reconstructed feel to the classic design.