When did the LeBron Soldier 13?

When did the LeBron Soldier 13?

July 1st, 2019
The Nike LeBron Soldier 13 is the thirteenth installment of the LeBron Soldier basketball shoe line by Nike. It features two exterior straps, nylon uppers, and a herringbone traction. The shoes officially released on July 1st, 2019 and will be available in various colorways.

How much do the LeBron 13 weigh?

Facts / Specs

Weight: 16oz
Signature: LeBron James
Lockdown: Lace-Up, Slip-On
Collection: Nike Lebron
Features: Ankle support

What material is LeBron Soldier 13?

The Nike LeBron Soldier 13 is equipped with a foam midsole with bottom-loaded heel and forefoot Zoom Air units. This cushioning setup is designed to provide dynamic responsiveness as you force your way down the court.

When did LeBron Soldier 14 release?

Outsoles on James’ newest budget-friendly option boast a multi-directional pattern with enclosed Zoom Air cushioning in the forefoot. While an official debut date is still unknown, the Nike LeBron Soldier 14 is set to arrive with a $130 USD price tag in 2020.

How do LeBron 13s fit?

The 13’s sport a wide base that feels stable — even though there are a couple of large volume Zoom units in place — and the base is slightly wider than the upper so it cradles the foot really nicely (which aids in stability). The materials and fit all do their job with support as well.

Are LeBron 13s good?

The Nike LeBron 13 fits true to size and the lockdown was great. The Nike FlyWire helps to keep your foot on the foot bed of the shoe and the Hyperposite panels will slowly mold to your feet after some time, giving the shoe a one-to-one snug fit. The shoe is also very well padded inside which makes it very comfortable.

Why are basketball shoes so uncomfortable?

Basketball shoes can hurt your feet if they are brand new or if they’re tied too tight. They can also be uncomfortable if they’re too big for your feet or if you have bad ankles. If they are new shoes, make sure you wait before playing in them to give them time to conform to your feet.