The Nike LeBron Soldier 10 ‘Christ the King’ is Available Now


A classic LeBron James colorway returns on the champ’s team shoe; the Nike LeBron Soldier 10 ‘Christ the King’ is available now.

The colorway is fairly straightforward with Team Red (maroon) on the upper and gold touches to match the Cleveland Cavaliers jerseys. The colorway originally dressed the LeBron 7 years back and has since appeared on other sneakers in the Soldier line.

The Soldier 10 is unique in that it boasts three straps and no laces. Per usual, Zoom Air is the cushioning for this Soldier model with units in the heel and forefoot. To find out how these features hold up, go ahead and check out our performance review on the Soldier 10.

You can pick up the Nike LeBron Soldier 10 ‘Christ the King’ for $130 at the retailers below:

Nikestore | Foot Locker | Champs | Eastbay | Footaction

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Cover image via Oneness.


2 Comments

  1. I think the fact that the zoom can’t be felt on these and many other Nikes may come down to the hardness of the phylon midsole. This one is apparently very firm, but I’ve felt midsoles that are softer, like on the Kobe 1(can’t think of a more recent example), where you can actually feel the the midsole compress and thus the zoom as well. If they used the softer midsole foams more, then maybe they wouldn’t have this common problem of zoom that can’t be felt.

    Harder foam might be more stable for NBA players, but the vast majority of the general public is not 6’8″ 250. I think the weight of NBA players allows them to activate the zoom better, and thats why I see some playing in shoes like the Hyperdunk 2015 even though most reviews say they’re horrible. But that firmness doesn’t work very well for a normal sized guy. How about this: size 12 and up gets the firmer foam, and under that gets a softer foam. Maybe that could work? Just a thought.

    1. it doesn’t really matter. it’s a terrible shoe both in looks and fit. Nike should have tried these on criminals first before selling them to the general public. these things feels like handcuffs 1 and 1/2 smaller than your wrist size.

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