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One of the more popular aesthetics across LeBron’s signature line with Nike has been the recurring graffiti theme that has been featured on models like the LeBron 4, LeBron 6, and the LeBron 11 in the past. Now, LeBron’s newest signature sneaker is getting the classic treatment. Back in January, LeBron debuted this sneaker in a game against the Boston Celtics and he had sneakerheads watching closely to get a detailed look at the sneaker. This pair comes dressed in a white, black and university red color scheme and all of the colors compliment each other perfectly. This Nike LeBron 15 is a nod to the original Nike Zoom LeBron 4 “Graffiti” from 2006. Much like the LeBron 4, this LeBron 15 sports a white and black color scheme with stylized writing on the midsole’s Zoom bag and is one of the better details we’ve seen on this sneaker.

Make sure you grab your pair of the Nike LeBron 15 ‘Graffiti’ on March 2nd at Finishline.com.

When it comes to NBA All-Star Weekend, Nike never holds back on their story telling and sneaker releases that are usually some of the biggest of the year. 2018 is going to be no different from Nike Hoops as they look to drop special signature sneakers that will be worn in the All-Star game that is taking place in the ever popular, Los Angeles. As their big four of Kyrie Irving, Paul George, Kevin Durant and LeBron James look to dominate the game with their style of play and their signature sneaker style, Nike is getting extra creative for this moment. Each sneaker represents a part of the city through a special colorway or standout feature to really catch peoples eyes.


Kyrie Irving and Nike Basketball will be celebrating this year’s NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles with a special edition Nike Kyrie 4 All-Star as Kyrie makes his fifth appearance in the game. This Nike Kyrie 4 sports a black and white tie-dye pattern throughout the upper. What makes this sneaker really pop is the purple details that are used on the embroidered Nike Swoosh, while pink and blue appears on the tongue Kyrie logo and outsole. Like the KD X, this pair represents another specific location in Los Angeles, as the insoles have graphics of Venice Beach. They also point out that Kyrie is a “5x All-Star” on the insoles of the sneakers.

We will be dropping this very clean collection in our flagship stores ONLY. The three stores that will be carrying these shoes are:


Finish Line Shoe Store Woodfield Mall. Illinois.

Address: 5 Woodfield Mall, Schaumburg, IL 60173

Los Angeles:

Finish Line Shoe Store Del Amo Fashion Center. California. 

Address: 3525 W Carson St, Torrance. CA 90503

New York City:

Finish Line Shoe Store Roosevelt Field Mall. New York.

Address: 630 Old Country Rd 1128. Garden City, NY 11530

Make sure you hit up these stores if you’re in the area to get the scoop on the release. You can grab a pair of these from the stores above on February 15th.

Nike and LeBron James are continuing the Kings ever-popular signature line with the new Nike LeBron 15. James has been very vocal about how this shoe is his favorite one to date from his line. This high-performance basketball sneaker features an evolved form of Flyknit, cushioning units that combine Max Air and Zoom Air, and a full bootie construction that offers a true one-to-one fit. LeBron signature shoes have always been creative with placement of the Swoosh, and the LeBron 15 is no different as it features the brand logo on the inner heel of the shoe and the tail end of the logo wrapping around to the lateral heel.

Back when the LeBron 7 dropped, Nike dropped a special ‘Hardwood Classic’ collection and they’re some of the most sought after sneakers in the game.  Now, the Swoosh is emulating the success of those drops wth a blue and orange version of the LeBron 15. It is not the first time Nike has replicated the retro Cavaliers’ blue and orange color scheme, as it has been seen on other models the likes of the LeBron 14 and the Solder 10 as well. This Nike LeBron 15 sports a full blue Flyknit upper paired with orange accents. You’ll see “B.B.Z” embossed on the inner tabs of the shoe as a nod to his kids (Bronny, Bryce, and Zhuri). LeBron also pays homage to his hometown of Akron, Ohio with area code “330” that appears on the inner tab.

Make sure you grab your pair of the Nike LeBron 15 ‘Hardwood Classic’ on February 9th at Finishline.com.