Sneakerheads love Nike’s “What The” releases of some of the brand’s most iconic and celebrated silhouettes, but with the releases often being extremely limited, not all fans get a chance to pick them up. But thanks to retailer Jimmy Jazz, fans can pick up a past “What The” favorite next week.
The retailer will host an exclusive online-only restock via its web store, jimmyjazz.com, of the Nike LeBron 11 Premium “What The” on Tuesday, starting at 10 a.m. ET.
The Nike LeBron 11 Premium “What The” first arrived in 2014 to much fanfare. The colorful and bold mismatched pair of shoes features elements of the prior 20 colorways of the LeBron 11 on one shoe. Personal elements representing James’ life and style of play on the hardwood are also included, such as the lion’s head that adorns the lace catcher. From a performance standpoint, the shoe was the premier court-ready shoe of the time, featuring Nike’s top technology like Flywire.
The last signature shoe for James from Nike that hit stores was the LeBron 12 back in September, which retailed for $250. Prior to the “What The” LeBron 12 last year was the “What The” KD7, the signature shoe for Kevin Durant, which hit stores in June.