words & images // Nick DePaula:
Earlier today, LeBron James celebrated one of the proudest and most iconic days of his life.
He led the championship parade for his hometown Cavaliers through the streets of Cleveland, and as we’ve seen over the last month throughout the NBA Finals, he wore yet another random original pair of his signature sneakers for the occasion.
After breaking out his “Rookie of the Year” Air Zoom Generation, white lasered LeBron III and an all red LeBron IV in recent weeks, earlier today James was spotted in the “University of Oregon” LeBron II. Made originally for the 2004-2005 Oregon Ducks basketball season, it’s one of the rarest pairs of player exclusive LeBrons ever made, with just under 60 pairs rumored to be produced of both the home and away colorways.
Check out my own personal home pair of the “University of Oregon” LeBron 2 in detail below, and congrats again to LeBron on the legacy defining Finals win.