Where to shop the Nike LeBron 7 China Moon sneakers
You can shop the re-release in just a few days' time – here's where to get them.
Continuing its new obsession with re-releasing retro models, Nike is now gearing up to drop the China Moon colourway of the LeBron 7 silhouette. Originally released as a China-exclusive, you'll now be able to get your hands on the design come 2 January.
Release date: 2 January
Where to buy: SNKRS site
The kicks will be available through both the SNKRS site and the accompanying SNKRS app, though we don't expect them to be around for long.
The reissue sees a crisp white upper and midsole paired with shiny golden panelling from the toe box to the heel. A stark white Nike Swoosh is outlined in gold, while a translucent panel on the side of the shoes is layered with a golden mesh pattern.
The classic basketball silhouette is decorated with Chinese characters throughout the design including LeBron's Chinese nickname "小皇帝" (Little Emperor).
An exposed golden Air Max unit, white laces and golden metal accents on either side of the laces round out the design.
News of the drop comes shortly after Nike announced it was reissuing the LeBron 7 Christmas sneakers earlier in December. The design was worn by LeBron during a 2009 Christmas Day game and is still available for sale on the StockX site.
In other Nike news, the brand is currently in the midst of releasing a slew of new designs in time for the Chinese New Year. Both an Air Max 1 and an Air Jordan 34 model have already been revealed, with more styles set to follow.
The first images of the Drake OVO x Nike Air Jordan 4 Splatter model have also now been revealed along with a first look at the Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 1 Canary Yellow sneakers.
For more Nike news and release dates, you can head to our Nike hub page.
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