LeBron James finally debuted his 14th signature sneaker with Nike, the LeBron 14, during Cleveland's Christmas Day victory over the Warriors. Today, we'll take a closer look at the LeBron 14 as well as some of the key innovations.

Per Nike:

- Maximum volume Zoom Air units for the most articulated response in a LeBron shoe

- Dual-zone composite upper that utilizes engineered laser perforation, which fits closely to the foot for an initiative fit and sleek aesthetic

- Dynamic midfoot strap, utilizing auxetic shapes for a natural stretch that helps lock the foot into place

As a whole, the kicks look like a combination of the Nike LeBron 13 Low with the silhouette of a Nike KD9 and the familiar strap seen on LeBron's Zoom Soldier 10.

Nike has yet to announce any release details or additional colorways, though it is being reported that the kicks will retail for $175, which is $25 cheaper than the LeBron 13.