Nike has yet to unveil LeBron James' next signature sneaker, the LeBron 14, but they've already announced that the kicks will be cheaper than his current shoe, the LeBron 13.

Many different colorways of the $200 Nike LeBron 13 were marinating on the shelves of major retailers like Foot Locker, who reportedly addressed the issue with Nike leading to a $25 drop on his upcoming signature shoe.

Kevin Durant's signature sneaker also dropped in retail from the Nike KD8 ($180) to the $150 price tag of his current sneaker, and the KD9 is a much better looking product. 

Since we don't know anything about the LeBron 14 we can't tell if the kicks will be worth the $175 price tag, but we can definitively say LeBron and Nike Basketball fans will be happy about the price cut.

Meanwhile, the prices of Air Jordans continue to skyrocket.