Update: The shoes have sold out. According to Nike, “Due to unprecedented support for King James and the champs, the Zoom LeBron Soldier 10 iD is now sold out.”
This was the first NBA championship in franchise history for the Cavaliers, and the first championship any professional Cleveland team has won since 1964. James led the series back to the Golden State Warriors’ Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., for Game 7 after scoring 41 points in back-to-back games. On Sunday night, James put up 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists, helping the Cavaliers top the Warriors 93-89. James was unanimously voted the finals MVP.
James started wearing this silhouette in Game 4, and he added a personal touch by writing his three kids’ first initials on each toe.
— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) June 20, 2016