LeBron 11 Low


Nike LeBron 11 Low Upcoming Colorways

Today, the drop-top version of LeBron James' latest signature sneaker is previewed in a trio of new colorways. While the King has only laced up the Nike LeBron 11 Low during his current chase for a three-peat a single time, the trimmed-down silhouette is looking like a mainstay in the lifestyle category. Three new style codes add even more depth to the roster of options for the 11 Low, headlined by the "Sprite" design that has been seen before on past LeBron models. Florida flow takes over the other two makeups, with a "Biscayne" rendition inspired by Miami's famous location, as well as the expected "Heat" version. Tell us which of the three upcoming colorways you have your eye on in the comment box below, and keep streaming Nice Kicks for future release information.

Nike LeBron 11 Low “Biscayne”

If you don't have a condo up on Biscayne, now you can put the hot spot on your feet with the latest Nike LeBron 11 Low. The Swoosh and the King have been creating 305-inspired signatures since LBJ got to South Beach. Representative of the well-known Miami coordinate, the Nike LeBron 11 Low "Biscayne" fully embodies the location's vibrant vibe. Mystic green and medium mint combine to color the upper, while bright hits of orange add contrast, most notable on the 360 Air sole. Give us your first reaction to this 11 Low in the feedback space below.

Nike LeBron 11 Low GS “Dark Grey”

A new makeup of the latest low-top LeBron sneaker is now available for those with smaller feet. Durably dressed with shots of color, the Nike LeBron 11 Low GS "Dark Grey" is a reliable option for seasonal sessions on the playground. Based in the nickname tone, photo blue accents are seen on the inner lining, laces, full-length visible Air unit and outsole. Bright hits of tour yellow contrast the outline of the Swoosh, top eyelet, and King James logo on the tongue, creating a fun flux for the summer sun. Find a pair for your little one today for $135 at Nike.
Nike LeBron 11 Low Dunkman

Nike LeBron 11 Low “Dunkman”

On Saturday afternoon, LeBron James debuted the Nike LeBron 11 Low on court for the first time this season. Specifically, the Miami Heat star broke out the "Dunkman" LeBron 11 Low, which makes use of a Volt splatter print on the toe and heel, during the Eastern Conference’s All-Star practice. What are your thoughts on the new low-top silhouette?