The Nike LeBron 17 Low has been a nice surprise. While the regular LeBron 17 took on a handful of great themes this year, the Low variant has been one of the go to’s for many. White accents also flood the sneaker on Nike and LeBron branding while a matching midsole and milky translucent outsole add final touches to the newest offering. While the high-top variant is perfect on the court, the Low has been made into a casual lifestyle sneaker for all Nike and LeBron fans to enjoy regardless of athletic intentions. This “Triple White” offering arrives with a white mesh upper which is accompanied by a canvas overlay displaying a Camo design.
Kyrie Irving has finally made his return to the court as he will start his anticipated era as a Mens Jordan 2020 branding is placed in as expected while a midsole consists of the three colors that find themselves on the upper. Yellow shines as it paints the signature scratch marks that adorns the Nike Swoosh midfoot branding while also making an appearance on the tongue. While he plans on having a great year, his 6th signature Nike shoe will be doing exactly the same. While the Bruce Lee theme isn’t something brand new for the superstar, the Kyrie 6 will be one of the best editions yet. The edition arrives in an orangey red color that covers the mesh upper. Black accents are added in on the heel, Nike Swoosh, tongue and midfoot strap while yellow accents easily highlight the shoe.
While after the Alien variant, the 380 has continued taking on obscure colorways like the upcoming Blue Oat pair. Matching laces tie the shoe down while a brown midsole and rubber outsole finish off the Fall 2020 look. With the weird and unique color-blocking fans have not been able to pick up many of the pairs but this new “Onyx” edition may very well be a turning point if stock is decent. The camouflage design also showcases a shade of navy blue which brings a little bit of life tp the browns and black. The new color blocking features shades of darker brown that mixes in with grey while black also plays a huge roll on the midfoot strip that has become a trademark for the new 380.