February 16, 2017 BY Patrick Johnson
Despite all of the current injury woes, LeBron and the Cleveland Cavaliers continue to roll through the East leading up to the All-Star break. LeBron might not be on a lot of people’s radars for league MVP given the exploits of Russell Westbrook, James Harden, and a relocated Kevin Durant, but King James has been playing some of his best ball as of late. He dismantled the Indiana Pacers last night to the tune of 29 points in just 26 minutes and he even debuted a brand new LeBron 14 PE in a classic “Bred” look while he put in work.
The Nike LeBron 14 Bred features a traditional black mesh upper paired with a gradient midsole fading from black to red and back again while the tongue and heel tabs shine in a vibrant red shade. The midfoot strap overlay features white Swoosh branding outlined in red to further the theme while grey speckled laces add a nice touch. An icy outsole unit features red Zoom Air capsules underneath.
What do you think of this traditional “Bred” take on the Nike LeBron 14? Check out more detailed photos below and perhaps there’s a chance this colorway will release at retail. Stay tuned for more Release Date updates right here on Sneaker News.
Source: John Kuntz for Cleveland.com/ Kent Blaze for USA Today/ BR Kicks