LeBron James Debuts Nike LeBron 14 “Hardwood Classics” PE

Without help from Kyrie Irving or Kevin Love, LeBron James and the Cavs suffered a tough loss last night to a very streaky Chicago Bulls team lead by All-Star swingman Jimmy Butler. One positive thing that we can take away from last night was the fact that LeBron was rocking a new colorway of the upcoming LeBron 14. This player exclusive features an almost entirely bright orange upper with accents of royal blue, matching the throwback uniforms that the Cavs were wearing that night.

It appears that James has fully committed to the LeBron 14, and it’s good to see him once again wearing his signature. For the past few years, it seems as though LeBron hasn’t been extremely pleased with signature shoes that Nike has produced for him; he seldom wore the LeBron 11, and last year he left the LeBron 13 for the Soldier X during the Playoffs.

There is no official word as to whether this colorway will release at retail, but stay tuned to WearTesters.com to keep up to date on the details to the full LeBron 14 release. What do you think of this crazy orange colorway? What do you think of the LeBron 14’s design? Let us know in the comment section below.

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  1. I just want the same cushion as the lebron 10 but in a lighter, more flexible version of the shoe. They had it right with that zoom. Hopefully “max zoom” isn’t max gloom.

    1. I agree. They need to make a more wide foot or even normal foot friendly version of a shoe like the KD9 so others can enjoy that kind of serious cushion but with flexibility. I have the KD9 and love it. I also still have my Lebron X and I love those too but wear them more casually now since more flexible and comfortable shoes have released for performance.

      1. Agreed. I had the Lebron X too and enjoyed it or a while but at some point I realised that the contionuous pain at the ball of my foot was caused by the lack of flexibility and never balled with them again.

  2. I hate that Lebron gets a PE version OF HIS OWN SHOE. It makes no sense from a sales perspective.

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