LEBRON WATCH 15S

The LeBron Watch program that Nike has started will feature special player edition kicks for LeBron that pay homage to the iconic athletes and Nike shoes that have inspired his career. 

“When I was a kid, the athletes and the shoes represented in this series inspired me to chase my dream of one day becoming a professional athlete,” says James. “It’s important to me to share these stories and inspiration with my fans. I want them to be a part of every step of my journey, so I’m excited we’re making these shoes available to them.”

LeBron 15 "Air Zoom Generation"

LeBron has taken it back to 2003 for the first-ever release of the Air Zoom Generation, LeBron's first signature shoe. The Flyknit upper mimics that of the first Air Zoom Generations' white/black/red colorway, with other small details that act as a nod to The King's beginning with Nike.

LeBron 15 "Griffey"

The LeBron 15 "Griffey" iteration inspired by Ken Griffey Jr.’s signature shoes from the ’90s. The shoe is covered in the Seattle Mariners’s colorway of Fresh Water like on the OG Air Griffey Max 1, the sneaker is accented with large white Swooshes on the toe and heel. LeBron’s Dunkman and Griffey’s Swingman logo, a white midsole and black outsole completes the theme altogether.

LEBRON 15 "SOUTH BEACH"

The Miami-inspired teal, pink, and black colorway honors the city where his talents continued to shine. The LeBron 15 “South Beach” reverses time seven years, reimagining one of the most iconic colorways in the King’s signature line.

LEBRON 15 "AIR MAX 95"

LEBRON 15 "ORANGE BOX"

The Orange Box pays tribute to Nike's classic shoebox that has become so iconic over the years.

LEBRON 15 "MOWABB"

The ACG Mowabb are a celebration of Tinker Hatfield's 1991 outdoor adventure classic

LEBRON 15 "DIAMOND TURF"

The Diamond Turf pay homage to the era of dual-sport athletes that inspired LeBron growing up.

LEBRON 15 "WAFFLE"

LeBron's first pair of special LeBron Watch shoes are inspired by the Nike Waffle Trainer. This look is throwing back to one of the early Nike styles, the Waffle Trainer which was created by the legendary University of Oregon track coach and Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman. The shoe's innovative outsole put Nike on the map as a performance company.

Skye Tilson