In the beginning of January, LeBron debuted a "Graffiti" colorway of his LeBron 15 silhouette dressed primarily in white and black. Now, Nike and the King are ready to roll that pair out at retail early next month. Equipped with subtle graffiti detailing on its translucent Air Unit, its aesthetic is similar to that of the LeBron 4 Graffiti iteration. In fact, this particular offering serves as a tribute to that LeBron 4 that became inspiration for numerous sneakers of the same aesthetic to follow in its place.Fans of this relatively subdued color scheme will be able to pick up a pair from retailers like FinishLine.com on March 2 for $185 USD.
LeBron James rocked a special edition of his signature Nike LeBron 15 on-court during NBA All-Star Weekend, and for next month, the silhouette is releasing in a brand new colorway. Nicknamed "Graffiti," the moniker doesn't match its style as it's covered in a simple white and black colorway. The sneaker's Battleknit upper is treated in white, while black is used for the tongue, laces, and swooshes. Also, hits of university red are seen on the insoles, outsole and signature on the pull tabs, which is then finally completed by an icy outsole.
The Cleveland Cavaliers took on the Boston Celtics last night as Kyrie Irving and company avenged their loss from opening day with a 102-88 victory. Bron didn't have his usual impressive game, but he did impress with his kicks as he debuted the Nike LeBron 15 Graffiti.This new colorway of the LeBron 15 takes inspiration from the Nike Zoom LeBron 4 "Graffiti" from 2006 and features a black and white BattleKnit upper with subtle hits of red on the tongue and heel pull tabs. The highlight of this colorway is the graffiti style writing on the midsole's Zoom bag. Finishing details include a black Swoosh on the heel and an icy blue translucent outsole.
Nike LeBron 15 "Graffiti"
Release Date: March 2, 2018
Color: White/Black-Black-University Red
Style Code: AQ2363-100