The Nike LeBron 17 ‘Lakers’ Set To Debut Thursday, October 10th

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Following the official photos of the ‘Future Air’ and ‘Black/White’ LBJ 17, we now have an official look at yet another colorway of the King’s seventeenth signature shoe with the Swoosh, the Nike LeBron 17 ‘Lakers’.

Slated to make its official retail debut on Thursday October 3rd in Black/White, the Nike LeBron 17 will follow the release of the Black/White colorway, and release in Lakers colors a week later on Thursday, October 10th, per Finish Line’s Release Calendar.

This new colorway of the LeBron 17 arrives dressed with a white solid rubber outsole, black midsole, while Eggplant Purple makes up the Air Max 270° unit. A primarily black Knitposite material makes up the build, with Lakers purple and gold colors fused into the welded posite overlays from the midfoot to rear of the shoe. A jeweled white Nike swoosh is placed reversed at the lateral heel, while a lion is stamped onto the tongue, along with the LeBron’s number 23, and his King’s Crown logo below that embroidered in purple. Finishing touches include LeBron’s signature at the heel of the outsole, and black laces to complete the look.

Check out official photos of the newest colorway of the LeBron 17 below, alongside its official release details, and keep it locked here for updates on the King’s seventeenth signature basketball shoe with Nike.





Nike LeBron 17 ‘Lakers’

Color: Black/White/Eggplant/Amarillo

Style Code: BQ3177-004

Release Date: Thursday, October 10th, 2019

MSRP: $200







h/t: House of Heat.


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