LeBron James has been a force to be reckoned with both on and off the court. Not only is the “Greats Of All Time” the most famous and valuable player in the NBA right now, his has become retail gold. His collaborative shoes with Nike proves that people are willing to spend money on any item that bears his name. Following in suit of other ‘GOATs’ before him, LeBron James has become one of those superstar athletes with unforgettable shoe lines, the latest item of which is the 15 Ghost.
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Release date: October 17, 2017
Price when reviewed: $185
LeBron James’ enigmatic style and charisma goes beyond his sports skills and into his fashion sense. He’s become one of the finest-dressed gentlemen in the world of sports, with his namesake sneakers being a strong focal point. One of his newest releases with the American sportswear giant, Nike, debuted on October 17, 2017. A few days before Halloween, the new model is aptly called “Ghost” and costs $185 a pair.
The name ‘Ghost’ may be just a gimmick, but it’s certainly the right name for this hauntingly-beautiful shoe. In an interesting cream-colorway, the shoe presents a different take on neutrals, which are common in sneaker culture. Its tan-hued tongue and heel tabs add a much-needed splash of color that adds the right amount of spice. The model’s enigmatic upper, made out of BattleKnit, is carved out in an alligator-skin-like fashion, giving the shoes a more textured look.
While the shoes’ upper creates fascination, their outsole injects confusion. In icy-blue and translucent, the outsoles don’t seem to fit the look of the entire shoe and looks to befit more a different colorway or even model altogether. Furthermore, maintenance looks to be a big issue with the pair. With a light-toned colorway and knitted material, the shoes are most likely subjected to a lot of dirt and stains, and they’ll be difficult to wash out. Certain textiles require intricate and unordinary methods of cleaning, and this shoe might require such as well.
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