LeBron James debuted the Nike LeBron 12 Low “LeBronold Palmer” edition during an All-Star practice in New York City for All-Star Weekend.
Throughout the years, King James has debuted his signature shoe’s low-top version during All-Star Weekend, and it typically happens during practices.
Once again, continuing the “LeBronold Palmer” editions it’s the Nike LeBron 12 that now receives the popular Summer-vibe color scheme in its traditional low-top version.
The nickname, “LeBronold Palmer” references the famous drink concuted by American Golfer Arnold Palmer which is made with Ice Tea and Lemonade. The upper consists of Punchy Lime with a tropical graphic underlay. Bright Mango and Green accents can be seen on the Nike Swoosh branding, heel and laces sitting atop Nike’s new Hex Zoom outsole.
Check out the detailed and on-feet photos of the Nike LeBron 12 Low “LeBronold Palmer” below and stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for further release updates as this release has been postponed indefinitely here in the states for now.
Let us know what you guys think of the “LeBronold Palmer” LeBron 12 Low in the comments section. Is this a release you’ll be trying to cop as we move forward into the warmer months?
UPDATE: The Nike LeBron 12 Low “LeBronold Palmer” continues to hit select Nike Sportswear retailers for availability and the latest retailer to receive their pairs is Sneaker Politics – which is taking call-orders now.
Nike LeBron 12 Low “LeBronold Palmer”