When you can shop the Nike LeBron 7 All-Star re-release
The iconic LeBron colourway will be up for grabs once again just in time for the NBA All-Star Weekend.
Continuing its trend of re-releasing retro designs, Nike is now gearing up to re-issue the LeBron 7 silhouette in its memorable "All-Star" colourway. This is the same pair LeBron wore for the 2010 showdown in Dallas, making them the perfect collector's item for major fans.
Release date: 12 February
The sneakers arrive in a bold Chlorine Blue shade complemented by an icy blue outsole. Pops of jet black appear throughout the design, featuring on the midsoles, laces, trim, throat and Swooshes.
A woodgrain-style print on the mudguard and black net-like lacing on the side panels meanwhile work to add some texture to the style.
Eagle-eyed fans will also notice the inclusion of several All-Star themed details, including "East" and "2010" text across the right and left laces respectively.
The timing of the sneaker revivable could not be more perfect, with LeBron recently named captain of the Western Conference team for 2020's NBA All-Star Game. The kicks will be released just in time for the All-Star Weekend, dropping onto the Nike site on 12 February.
They'll also be available for sale from Eastbay and Foot Locker for US$200.
The Nike label has also just released a first look at a pair of Air Jordan 10s titled "Wings", which are also a nod to the All-Star weekend. The style draws inspiration from Chicago, where the weekend will take place, and will be available from 15 February.
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