When you can shop the Nike LeBron 17 “Graffiti” sneakers

Posted: 18 May 2020 9:21 am


Taking design cues from the memorable LeBron 4 model, this new colourway is set to release in just over two weeks.

While sneaker releases have significantly slowed over the past few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we're starting to see a return to normality. Continuing its popular LeBron 17 line, Nike has just revealed that it will drop a new iteration titled "Graffiti" at the beginning of June.

Release date: 5 June

Price: US$200

Where to buy: Nike SNKRS site

Inspired by the Nike LeBron 4 model of the same name, the kicks will arrive sporting a white Knitposite upper, black midsole and translucent red rubber outsole. The highlight of the design though is once again the black and white graffiti-style script featured along the mudguard.

A black ankle collar strap with a red and white Swoosh and a lion logo tongue tag finish off the design.

Back of the Nike LeBron 17

Nike LeBron 17

While a release time is yet to be announced, we do know that the kicks will drop onto the Nike SNKRS site on 5 June and will retail for US$200. We are expecting to see the pair sell out quickly, so mark your calendars now if you want to snap up a pair.

In other news from the Swoosh, the label is teaming up with ice-cream brand Ben & Jerry's for a truly quirky collaboration. Taking on the popular SB Dunk Low silhouette, the reimagining will see iconic Ben & Jerry's design elements like green pastures, blue skies and black and white cow spots featured throughout the style.

An official release date and price have not been announced, but the pair are rumoured to be dropping on 23 May on the Nike SNKRS site.

For more Nike news, release dates and current discounts you can check out our Nike hub.

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