Sole Collector has the first clean images of the 2017 retro Quickstrike offering, and by the looks of things, a few things have changed. The overall quality looks to match the previous Zoom Generation retro for an overall lifestyle upgrade while the chrome heel comes with the standard warning that it will flake over time. The Nike Air Zoom Generation White Black will release on August 26th at select retailers for $175 USD.That next LeBron retro is coming sooner than anybody could have expected. While earlier rumors had multiple pairs of the Nike Air Zoom Generation dropping this October, it looks like the real ‘First Game’ colorway – the one that LeBron laced up on the road in his first ever professional game against the Sacramento Kings on October 29th, 2003 – will be arriving August 26th in limited quantities for $175 USD.
Check out the full release information below and stay tuned for the first look at the coming LeBron Zoom Generation retro right here on Sneaker News.The Nike LeBron Retro era began earlier this year as Nike brought back the famed “First Game” as well as a lux “Vachetta Tan” version of the Air Zoom Generation in January and February, respectively. Since then, the LeBron Retro newswire has been relatively quiet, but it appears that another Retro colorway is headed for a release this October. The color of this release is simply described as “black”, although it is unclear if it is a new colorway of the original black/red/white version.
We’re only a day away from the latest LeBron James signature shoe finally getting a widespread release in the Nike LeBron 14, but Nike Basketball had another surprise for us this year: the first-ever LeBron retro in the form of the premium upgraded Nike Air Zoom Generation has been floating around for quite some time now. To celebrate 5 Decades of Basketball, the Swoosh has upgraded the H2 Hummer-inspired silhouette with a NikeLab treated Vachetta Tan leather, and only a handful of shops will be stocking the pair this Friday, February 10th.The Nike Zoom Generation first released in 2003 and has since been upgraded in a number of ways. A heavier and more durable leather quality accompanies the exclusive “5 Decades of Basketball” rendition here, as the infamous “Wheat” aesthetic is referenced through NikeLab and Nike Sportswear’s favorite Vachetta Tan shade.