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LeBron's Nikes From 2004 Rookie Challenge To Release In February

  Jan 03, 2018 14:28
"Wheat" Air Zoom Generation returning for NBA All-Star weekend.

In 2017, Nike began the process of retroing LeBron James signature line of sneakers, starting with the Nike Air Zoom Generation which he wore throughout his rookie campaign. Nike has already released the colorway he wore during his first NBA game, as well as the all-black rendition which dropped just before the new year.

Now, the "Wheat" Air Zoom Generation that LeBron wore during the 2004 Rookie Challenge is slated to make its return.

Nike released a similar "Vachetta Tan" colorway last year, but it wasn't quite a replica of the tonal joints that LeBron laced up in the '04 Rookie vs Sophomore game. The upcoming pair features an all-tan colorway and chrome detailing around the heel just like the OG version.

The "Wheat" Nike Air Zoom Generation will reportedly hit retailers in February, right around the NBA's All-Star festivities. Take a look at early images of the kicks in the IG posts below and keep it locked for an official release date.

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- Jan 3, 2018

Shoes look clean as hell

- Jan 3, 2018

Ok I’ll be the first to say it. Huge Lebron fan, but these have to be his ugliest shoes hands down.

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