LeBron James Confirms 15th Signature Sneaker in ‘Ghost’ Colorway


LeBron James has confirmed his 15th signature sneaker with Nike by posting an image of the silhouette in the ‘Ghost’ colorway.

This particular model features a tan Battleknit upper with what appear to be leather accents, a speckled midsole and a translucent outsole. We can also see what could be the box.

Now that we can definitively say that these are the next LeBron sneaker, which releases next month, share your thoughts below. Are these worth the reported $185 price tag?

O My Goodness!!! #LeBron15 #GhostColorway. I can’t be more excited about these kicks man!! I’m overly excited about this moment right now in time! More to come soon… #striveforgreatness? #WeAreBack

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13 Comments

  1. Shoes with no lace loops always make me nervous. I just don’t know how strong they actually are. I’ve never seen in complaints but I’ve just always wondered how long they last.

    1. Always go for a half size down snug fit in a single booty upper mesh/knit build, so you don’t have to force the laces too much.

    2. It is something to worry about since my pair with that kind of lacing system tore less than a year. For me the thing that I’m worried is the one piece booty design or if the thing does stretch enough for my feet to fit in and doesn’t tear.

  2. It is something to worry about since my pair with that kind of lacing system tore less than a year. For me the thing that I’m worried is the one piece booty design or if the thing does stretch enough for my feet to fit in and doesn’t tear.

  3. I hate this growing trend of one piece uppers for sneakers. However I really like how there are no apparent Nike or any logo.

    1. Yeah I really hate this trend. I understand it from a performance side but for off-court appeal I prefer the traditional tongue. But either way the LBJ 14/15, KD 9/10 are going to lose sales to the Kyrie and PG line as those shoes look good for off-court even though they don’t have the tech.

      1. I don’t understand it from a performance side. Especially in something like the KD9. The laces don’t even do anything, so I never feel like it’s tight enough to play in. Plus it stretches over time and gets even looser which creates a heel slippage problem which, again, you can’t fix by cranking the laces tighter because it doesn’t have any effect.

  4. The first time I saw the thumbnail pictures I thought it was a new Tubular model, good look, now it’s hoping they can get the Knit as strong as a Woven, because that’s something no brand managed yet.

  5. Lock down will be a problem in this shoe. Adidas’s Yeezy influence is ALL OVER this shoe. Looking forward to the LBJ 3 Retro, which is a style of shoe that Nike should rededicate themselves to.

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