That’s the story for this latest Nike Air Max 2014 that continues to further the cause for these Spring 2014 releases in another monochromatic EM look. Featuring an all black Air Max unit that skips out on the normal gradient look, the sneaker gets a pastelle flair of light lucid green to offset the dark branding.
The first pair set to release is the Nike LeBron 14 Black Ice. While just around the corner, we now have a look at the packaging they will come with. The box comes in shades of Black, White and Silver. As you can see, it features various patterns throughout. In addition, the LeBron branding is seen on the top while the side displays XIV, which pays tribute to the 14th signature model. Last but not least is a lion head hang tag.
The Nike Air Max 2013 running shoe delivers maximum cushioning and flexibility with ultimate performance and style. Hyperfuse upper with dynamic Flywire technology delivers lightweight, flexible support, Notched innersleeve and breathable mesh provide seamless comfort. Cushion midsole and a full length Max Air unit add plush cushioning for the ultimate ride.
Based on the premise that LeBron James always works for his treasure instead of relying on luck, the newest rendition of the Nike LeBron 13 is aptly dubbed the Pot of Gold. The upper is dressed in a combination of black textiles, with hints of carbon fiber for flexibility. Accents of bright gold for the medallion and Swoosh logo, along with tinges of purple give the sneaker a distinct regal feel, befitting the King James namesake.