The Nike LeBron Soldier 13 gets a detailed look and review.
No frills. Limited storytelling — if any at all. And a lot of Zoom Air. Yeah, the Nike LeBron Soldier 13 feels like it could be a beast.
Traction looks and feels amazing. Better than the Soldier 12 which had really good traction already. Heel and forefoot Zoom Air is placed within the Phylon midsole while the upper is a variation of rip-stop material — we’ve been seeing rip-stop used much more often as of late. The Nike LeBron Soldier 13 fits true to size and I can’t wait to strap them on to try out on-court.
If you’ve been playing in the Nike LeBron Soldier 13 let me know how you’ve liked them (or disliked them) so far. If you were interested in grabbing a pair yourself they’re available now at NikeStore.com for $140.