This Nike LeBron 8 V2 Low mimics the Sprite logo featuring a Blue upper with White Swooshes and midsole highlighted with Volt contrasting accents that extends onto its full-length Air Max sole unit.the “Treasure Blue/White/Black/Volt” offering harkens back to James’ time on the Miami Heat, arriving right before being bested by Dirk Nowitzki and his Dallas Mavericks squad. While not an official collaboration with the Coco-Cola Company’s “Sprite” beverage, the extra-vibrant colorway was a clear nod to a brand “the kid from Akron” endorsed for 18 years.
The saying “don’t fix what’s not broken” clearly doesn’t apply to sneakers or Nike‘s latest Nike Air Max 90 “Premium.”In place of the traditional mesh uppers, the silhouette gets remastered with suede, canvas, and leather in its place. Smooth tumbled leather Swooshes appear on the mid panels, followed by suede on the overlays and mudguards. Lastly, the silhouette includes a white midsole accompanied by a black and grey rubber outsole.
This Off-White x Air Jordan 4 Retro Encore falls into that category of sneaker.The jordan 4 Rich full-grain leather and mesh upper with thermo-plastic lace locks that provide a variable-width lacing system.Although mashing together multiple color palettes can be somewhat divisive — and occasionally draw scorn from sneakerheads that prefer OG stylings — it’s certainly nothing if not attention-grabbing, and will likely garner a great deal of attention, similar to previous “What The”-style releases from Nike and Jordan Brand.