The Nike LeBron 16 received a low top model and this is our detailed look and review.
Seeing the Nike LeBron 16 release as a high top, when the original is nearly a low top as it is, was a bit of a surprise.
They’re not all that much lower sitting at the ankle than the normal version of the shoe. However, materials and fit have changed a bit so maybe that will make a difference on-court. Maybe not. ?♂️
This was being requested for review from readers and viewers so I went out and bought a pair from my local Foot Locker. Honestly, I’m not expecting much in terms of performance, but I will do my best to keep an open mind while testing them.
I will admit that the $160 retail price was a much easier pill to swallow compared to the $185 that the regular version retails for. If the lows happen to play slightly better or even exactly the same as the regular LeBron 16, then the shoe may end up being a steal once discounts are applied along with when they inevitably start appearing on Nike Factory Store shelves.
If you were interested in grabbing a pair of the Nike LeBron 16 Low, you can find them now at Foot Locker in numerous colorways.
More of a lebron lite rather than low.
I like this colorway.
If the lacing system doesn’t work for people, it looks like these can be easily relaced so the laces go over the tongue and bypass the tongue loops like a traditional lacing system.