These new images show a swoosh placement similar to the LeBron 9. The black portions might be hyperfuse, while the rest of the upper appears to be Flyknit. Like the LeBron 11, the 12 is double-lasted, meaning that the midsole is hidden inside the shoe’s construction. Flywire seems to be less evident than on the last few LeBron models, as it only appears near two lace holes.
Stay tuned to WearTesters.com for more information on the sneakers, and an eventual performance review. Let us know in the comments if we missed any important features, and your general thoughts on the LeBron 12.