The Nike LeBron 18 Los Angeles By Night is here and it looks like Nike will be going all out for LeBron’s 18th signature sneaker with new Los Angeles themes to celebrate the Lakers Finals win just like this “Los Angeles By Night” rendition. While we have been seeing new colorways surface of the updated LeBron, we just got a first look at the Los Angeles By Day edition and now we see the counter colorway, Los Angeles By Night. With the Lakers winning the 2020 Finals and LeBron winning the Finals MVP, the recent success has put Nike in a great position with the LeBron 18 and we look for them to go all out for the new sneaker. Iridescent Navy is then added to the midsole which sees a variety of brighter colors used throughout which includes volt, speckled grey, and green which complements the design pretty well.
Following up the “Bruce Lee” pair from the 2010s, the Nike Kobe 5 Protro Bruce Lee is back with the same theme but a brand new colorway. While the original pair was dedicated to Bruce Lee’s body suit in the “Game of Death,” this new edition opts fro a fresh new colorway instead. Lately we have been waiting on the Bruce Lee themed Nike Kyrie 6’s to release and it looks like Nike wants to expand the theme just a bit more onto the OG, the Kobe 5 Protro. Yellow then paints the heel and the Kobe Bryant signature while silver Kobe logos grace the tongues to finish off the design.
Houston Rockets and NBA star James Harden will be getting his fifth signature sneaker with Cheap Jordans 2020 for the upcoming 2021 season. The Solar Red design is contrasted with a variety of multi-colored overlays which is only an early glimpse at what adidas could do when it comes to color-blocking. This first look colorway offers a lot of new changes to the design and technology while also displaying some returning qualities like the beloved Boost midsole. Detailed images of the first look colorway are included below so feel free to check them out below. JustFreshKicks will be covering all of the upcoming adidas Harden Vol.5 news. Taking a page out of Pharrell’s adidas HU Glide design the hardwood sneaker appears to feature many overlays of weird and obscure shapes across the futuristic design.