Original Posting (01/07/2020): During the Fall of 2019, LeBron James and the Swoosh made history by releasing the King’s seventeenth signature shoe—one of the only signature lines to feature at least seventeen sneakers. Expanding upon the success is the low-top version of LeBron’s latest signature shoe—with your potential first look at the Nike LeBron 17 Low.
The LeBron 17 Low appears to feature a very similar tooling to its hightop counterpart—Air Max 270° bag at the heel, and circular 16 mm Zoom Air bags at the forefoot. The build is where the major changes have seemed to be made. Knitposite is entirely taken away, and a primary upper material of Battleknit appears to be intact, which is heavily overlaid by synthetic paneling. Completing the look is a Flywire lacing enclosure, a partially cut Nike swoosh at the midfoot, and LeBron James branding at the tongue and heel.
Let us know what you think of what is rumored to be the Nike LeBron 17 Low in the comments below. Keep it locked to the site as updates arrive regarding a likely release for these.
Nike LeBron 17 Low
Release Date: Sunday, March 15th, 2020
Color: Black/University Red-Dark Grey
Style Code: CD5007-001
UPDATE (02/27/2020): Official photos of the Nike LeBron 17 Low ‘Bred’ have been unveiled, which are slated to launch Sunday, March 15th, 2020.
UPDATE (02/20/2020): The Nike LeBron 17 Low ‘Bred’ has received a release date. Stay tuned as Nike unveils official photos very soon, and check out the LeBron 17 Low ‘Toon Squad’ release date here.
In addition, after previous rumors, we can confirm that the Nike LeBron 17 Low indeed features a REACT foam midsole with an Air Max 270° bag at the heel, with no Zoom Air featured in the shoe whatsoever.
UPDATE (01/28/2020): We now have a detailed look at the Nike LeBron 17 Low in replica pairs. It appears as if Nike will be introducing their popular REACT foam into the shoe—something we haven’t seen since the release of the KD 11. Stay tuned for further details.
NOTE: One on One Testers does not promote or authorize anybody to purchase, or support replica models of Nike Basketball shoes. The sole purpose of including them in this posting is to depict what the Nike LeBron 17 Low will likely look like.