The Nike LeBron 12 Isn’t Done Just Yet With New 90s Cavs Inspiration

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It Looks like the Nike LeBron 12 Low isn’t finished just yet. Here we get a look at a new grade school size run of the lowtop variety of LeBron’s former model right before we’re about to get a retail release of the LeBron 13. The colors should be familiar to anyone that had to sit through a late 90s early 2000s Cavaliers game, as the atrocities that were their uniforms featured a similar color scheme of light blue, orange, and black. This LeBron 12 Low manages to make all of the hues coincide though thanks to a clean white mesh base while the remnants of the Hyperposite overlay shines in a powder blue to contrast the heavily featured orange throughout. No word yet on a release date for what could very well be the last Nike LeBron 12, but we should be seeing this pair arrive any day now.


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bhelwig13
bhelwig13

@SneakerNews i would guess the early 90's, new into gund arena jerseys would be the inspiration

rj87
rj87

This colorway has been out for MONTHS.

rj87
rj87

Matter of fact: they're already on clearance at Nike and JimmyJazz

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