From a sneaker standpoint, Petrie’s been by LeBron’s side through everything from “The Decision” to his return to Cleveland to his latest decision to leave Cleveland again. Petrie has witnessed LeBron mature not only as a basketball player, but also as a person.
“Now that we have been working together for so long we can talk pretty freely,” Petrie said. “He can tell me this sucks or we can give him an idea or challenge him.”
At this stage in LeBron’s career, he’s still pushing the design team to uncharted waters as well. In this current political climate, using sneakers to also make a statement is something Petrie and LeBron are exploring and want to do more of. A game-worn pair of the LeBron 15 “Equality” is now sitting in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture.
“That’s one of the single most amazing highlights of my career. It’s something I have never even dreamed of,” Petire said. “That’s incredible and I want to help amplify that.”
After launching last week in the elegant Harlem’s Fashion Row edition, the Nike LeBron 16 is ready to be unleashed once again in a familiar color concept that should have sneakerheads and LeBron fans in a frenzy. The “What The” styling typically refers to colorways of the past, but for the newest model, Nike Basketball is looking to the future as this release acts as a mosaic of the first five colorways of the shoe. “Fresh Bred” (the black/red), King, “SFG”, “20-20”, and “I Promise” all play a role in the composition of this audacious colorway, all while emphasizing the notion of LeBron James playing all five positions on the court. The LeBron 16 “1 Thru 5” will officially release this Saturday at select House of Hoops locations and other retailers listed below.
Nike LeBron 16 What The
Release Date: September 15th, 2018
Style Code: BQ6580-900
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