Nike is looking to expand the Nike LeBron 15 Low line up with a brand new Signal Blue colorway that’s scheduled to be released later this month.
It’s already the sixth colorway of this year’s low-tops and there’s not doubt the blue, grey and black Battleknit upper looks very appealing. I only wish Nike would experiment a little more on the midsole. All LeBron XV Lows have a white or almost white shade on that part of the shoe and I really feel there are more options that need to be explored.
Look for the Nike LeBron 15 Low ‘Signal Blue’ to release on June 30th at Nike Basketball retailers $150 USD.
Things have been considerably slow within the LeBron James’ signature collection as of late. Sure there are new Soldier 12 styles available, but that’s not the shoe The King is using right now.
There’s also the low-top edition, which is supposed to keep us busy as far as new Nike LeBron 15 releases go. The brand new Taupe Grey, Vast Grey and Team Red colorway has finally surfaced and it is scheduled to be release on June 1st.
The shoe sports a Team Red Battleknit upper kind of similar to the one on the ‘Vino’ LeBron XV that launched in Asia couple months back. I know many people will be excited about a solid upper outsole, which is hard to come by these days.
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Right now all eyes are on The King and the LeBron Watch campaign, but as nice as it is, the program is way too exclusive and most of us can’t participate.
That’s why we turn focus towards the upcoming General Release styles, which include two new colorways of the Nike LeBron 15 Low that are expected to hit the shelves on May 1st.
The first one features a solid Black upper, Metallic swoosh and Phantom, looks like cream, midsole and outsole. Those who think the blue-tinted translucent outsole is used way too often should find these refreshing.
The second one sports a Grey upper similar to the Ashes, speckled midsole and… a blue-tinted translucent outsole for those who still find it cool.
Both Nike LeBron 15 Lows hit the stores next month for $150, but it’s possible to find them sooner at select locations. Thanks to @p.drizzy5 for sharing the pics!
Nike has already kicked off the LEBRON XV Low with the energy release of the Supernova colorway last week. It will be interesting to see if more pairs are coming out in the upcoming weeks.
If you prefer regular toned back styles mark your calendars on March 30th. This is when two General Release make ups are scheduled to be released. This includes the White and Silver colorway and the presented Light Bone edition.
Initial reports claimed these to sport a Grey upper, but it looks more like a Khaki shade. This LeBron 15 Low uses a salmon-colored outsole for an additional pop. Look for these in stores next Friday for $150.