Feb 7, 2019 11:41 AM 2+ week ago
Feb 7, 2019 Feb 7, 2019 While still showcasing All-NBA caliber play despite a nagging groin injury, the Nike LeBron 16 Watch the Throne could be the shoe that takes #23 and the #LeBronWatch Program to the next level. Nike LeBron 16 Watch the Throne Rumored to be worn and released at All-Star Weekend, the shoe seen above from @j23app features the same color story and inspiration of previous Watch The Throne colorways, of course paying homage to the album by Kanye West and Jay Z that released in 2011. Nike LeBron 9 Watch the Throne PE (via Flight Club) During the 2011-12 season, LeBron James showcased a Nike LeBron 9 Watch the Throne PE that he wore off-court but never on court. N*ggas in Paris producer Hit-Boy was also seen popping up in said sample. Hit-Boy in the Nike LeBron 9 Watch the Throne An unexpected retail release like the Watch The Throne Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier VIII Premium would eventually give the public a chance to own said theme on a shoe, though in somewhat scaled down fashion. Watch The Throne Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier VIII Premium Watch The Throne Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier VIII Premium Watch The Throne Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier VIII Premium If the Nike LeBron 16 Watch the Throne does in fact release, it will be interesting to see just how it's titled. Kanye West is famously at adidas, Jay Z is closely tied to PUMA and the album's artwork was doen by Riccardo Tisci, then at Givenchy and previously working often with Nike. Keep it locked to Nice Kicks for updates on this shoe.Read more.
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