If you're a sneakerhead, one of the coolest things about watching basketball games, is seeing players with their own PE's (player exclusive). These are typically specific colorways that only the player will ever get to wear. PE's rarely see a public release and get sneaker fans excited at the very notion of potentially owning them. Well, if you were hoping for the LeBron 3 "Superman" PE to see a public release, you're in luck.

Today, Nike released the LeBron 16 "SuperBron" which was a remix of the original LeBron 3 "Superman" PE. The LeBron 16 version has blue patent leather on the bottom with a white battle knit upper. There are also hints of yellow and red on the midsole and outsole. The Lebron 3 "SuperBron" that is being released to the public will have a slight change up in the color scheme. Nike is swapping out the blue patent leather for red, while the white midsole contains blue and yellow highlights and a red outsole.

Nike Zoom LeBron 3 'SuperBron' (Lateral)

Image via Nike

LeBron first wore the "Superman" colorway back in 2016 and sneakerheads have been clamoring for the pair to release ever since.

According to Sole Collector, the Nike Zoom LeBron SB "SuperBron" will be released at the start of the new year on January 9th for $175 USD. 

Are you excited to see these LeBron PE's make their way to the public?