Nike brings a familiar colorway to the LEBRON XVII
As we are in year 17 of LeBron’s reign in the NBA, we’ve seen a lot of memorable pairs in his signature line. Similar to the LeBron Watch over the past few years, Nike Basketball and LeBron James brings popular colorways into his latest shoe, the LEBRON XVII. Last Friday, Titan released the LEBRON XVII ‘Graffiti’.
For those too young to remember, the Graffiti’s design came from from the LEBRON IV 14 that debuted back in 2006. Back then, the Graffiti IVs were hard to come by and this iteration of the XVII is a welcome addition for any LeBron fan. It’s quite fitting that Nike brought the colorway back for the XVII as the original graffiti-clad pair was done in Foamposite, now coming full circle with XVII and its Knitposite upper.
Aside from the graffiti graphics that adorn the shoe’s side panel and midsole, the shoe also features the ankle collar popularized on the IV, as well the classic LeBron logos – L23 and Lion found on the tongue.
The LEBRON XVII ‘Graffiti’ is now available at Titan (In-Store, Titan22.com, TITAN App, and On-Demand) for Php 10,645. If your size is not available, another drop of the ‘Graffiti’ is set to drop this Friday, July 24 via nike.com.