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the king is back
LeBron James received his pseudonym King James 100% deservedly without objection. He became the king of the field, but in our opinion also the king of basketball sneakers. An obvious proof of this statement is also his next signature shoe, already 17th in a row. LeBrons 17th brought to the table other new technologies, as is customary with them.
As with previous models, the upper is made of Flyknit, a special fabric that Nike created sometime in 2012. But what is specific about this model? That a new kind of knit was created, Knitposite. Heat-treated/cured Flyknit. This Knitposite is used on the back of the shoe at the 17th, to guarantee the stability and strength of the heel and ankle in it. Of course, it is also mixed with an ordinary Flyknit, which is located at the top.
sole and midsole
An important part of every basketball shoe is mainly the midsole and sole. The largest Max Air unit used in Nike basketball shoes so far, along with two Zoom Air cushions in the front, took care of the suspension under the heel. And when it comes to traction, a versatile pattern has been used to ensure excellent mobility in every direction.