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The Nike LeBron Witness 3 Gets Deconstructed

The Nike LeBron Witness 3 is cut half during its deconstruction.

Sawed down the middle, this side profile gives us a look at the internal construction and tooling. The knit upper is reinforced mostly by nylon with plenty of padding around the ankle for added comfort and an Air Sole unit sits over a cored out foam midsole that runs at a decent heel to toe drop.

The knit is basic but is inspired by the LeBron 15’s Battleknit pattern as we can see when separated from the midsole and the internal half-bootie construction.

While there generally isn’t anything amazing about an Air Sole unit these days, it is interesting to see that the LeBron Witness 3 pretty much uses the exact same unit as the Air Jordan 2 Retro. It is no secret that brands ‘recycle’ components all the time, but it is cool to know what shoes share the same attributes — something FastPass does a great job of informing us of.

Enjoy the rest of the photos of the Nike LeBron Witness 3 along with comparisons to the Air Jordan 2 and Air Jordan 11 Retros and if you notice anything else noteworthy, feel free to drop a comment below.

Images via FastPass

  1. The cushion in these wasn’t horrible but I didn’t really like it so I returned them and got another pair of the quick 23 instead. Im pleased with that decision.

  2. Hey i have a queation i have same type of shoes and every time i walk in the lebron witness 3’s they sqeak not like when u play basket ball and your shoes slide squeak like when u take a step the shoe starts to sqeak

    1. Could be from moisture or just the way the particular shoe was assembled. My LeBron 11s still do it to this day and I never did anything about it lol.

  3. I’m looking to buy a pair. My normal size is 11. I have heard on many videos to stay away if you have wide feet. Usually I have to go up a half size. Do you recommend size 11.5 in these?

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