Nike has created a low-top performance sneaker worthy of a four-time league MVP and three-time NBA champion. The LeBron 13 Low “Fit For The King” hits retailer shelves this week.
The latest version of the LeBron 13 Low rocks a variety of colors. The right shoe is predominantly black while the left shoe is mostly clad in white.
The upper material includes random graffiti prints all related to LeBron James. The rainbow outsole consists of black, white, red, yellow and blue tones. The LeBron James Family Foundation logo can be seen on the heel area of the footbed.
According to Nike.com, the LeBron 13 Low “Fit For The King” provides responsive cushioning and excellent locked-down fit. It can be worn on and off the court.
The upcoming sneaker features a one-bootie construction made of mesh and foam overlays. It has a one-piece mesh inner sleeve for added flexibility and sock-like comfort.
The midsole contains two hexagonal Zoom units in the forefoot area. Heel protection is taken care of by a 180-degree Max Air unit.
The rubber outsole on the LeBron 13 Low “Fit For The King” offers multidirectional coverage on an assortment of court surfaces. Its durability prevents the 180-degree Max Air unit from popping during intense hoop sessions.
“The traction on these guys is identical to the LeBron 13. They played exactly the same,” said footwear reviewer Nightwing2303. “The foam upper with mesh overlays is nice and soft. Very little break-in [time] required.”
The LeBron 13 Low “Fit For The King” launches this Friday, November 4. Sneakerheads can grab a pair for $160.
Sole Collector reported that Nike has labeled the sneaker as a “QS Limited” release. This means it won’t be as prevalent as general release versions of the LeBron 13 Low.