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Here’s What LeBron James Would Be Wearing If He Didn’t Skip Olympics

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LeBron’s busy chilling on his private yacht somewhere in the Mediterranean this summer, but he did say that every time he watches Team USA play during the Olympics, he wishes that he was out there representing America too. He also stated not to rule him out for the 2020 Olympics, so here’s to hoping. With how close some of these international games have been, Coach K and company would probably love to have the reigning NBA Finals MVP out there, as would Nike Basketball. That hasn’t stopped the brand from including the Nike LeBron Soldier 10 in their latest Team USA “Gold Swoosh” Pack slated for a release on August 22nd.

The LeBron Soldier 10 Gold Medal utilizes a subtle White/Metallic Gold colorway to brilliant effect as the luxurious branding throughout looks closer to something LeBron wore during the NBA Finals than a look referencing international competition. Mismatched University Red and Obsidian insoles are about as close to a USA theme as this pair comes outside of the faint ‘USA’ callout on the heel tab, with an icy outsole adding the perfect finish to the LeBron Soldier 10 Gold Medal. The silhouette has turned heads thanks to a laceless design that features three lockdown straps. Have you tried the latest LeBron Soldier on for size yet? Check out more photos below and grab your pair on August 22nd for $140 USD.

Nike LeBron Soldier 10 “Gold Medal”

Color: White/Metallic Gold-Dark Obisidian
Style Code: 883333-174
Release Date: August 22, 2016
Price: $140

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