Nike is working hard with LeBron James, giving their collaborative LeBron 19 silhouette a “Hard Hat” makeover. With the classic model’s dramatic debut in a bold yellow colourway, the Lakers superstar lays the groundwork for a lively and unique pair that’s sure to elevate any sneakerhead’s collection.
The upcoming Nike LeBron 19 “Hard Hat” shoe will kick off the label’s July releases, as scheduled for July 1, 2022. This stunning yellow pair will arrive with a price tag of $200. Anyone who wants to get their hands on these sneakers can visit the online stores of Nike and other selected retailers, after their launch.
Nike presents the new colorway of the LeBron 19 helmet
Workwear has had a big impact on fashion and footwear, as evidenced by the countless instances where fashion has been influenced by basic work shirts and double knee pants. But construction worker gear hasn’t seeped into the sneaker world, and the Nike LeBron 19 “Hard Hat” just might be the push the sneaker industry needs.
The all-yellow silhouette will be released this spring, and it’s an attempt to show that having the right gear is key to building a championship-worthy team. Finely knit uppers, eyelets, midsoles, and distinctive branding on the plastic frame are all decorated in canary yellow hues.
Solid black detailing is added in the form of LeBron James’ crown branding on the lace dubrae, and the hazard stripe Swoosh on the medial side contrasts with the yellow base of the kicks. Additionally, black tones are also used to accentuate the inner lining of high top shoes.
On the heel, a printed graphic of an excavator is placed over the milky panels to emphasize the importance of building a strong foundation, in line with the design ethos. To complete the look, the shoe is finished with a White air bubble midsole which is surrounded by a White outsole. These translucent soles are great for grip.
Other Nike LeBron19 colorways released in 2022
The shoe company recently introduced its “Siren Red/Laser Blue” take on the classic silhouettes. After a long series of teasers and anticipation, these shoes finally made their global release on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. Marked at $200, these pairs dropped via Nike’s e-commerce website.
The new ‘Siren Red/Laser Blue’ colorway features a ‘King’s Crown’ badge on the ankles. The upper is made of synthetic material with sculpted TPU overlays along the ball of the foot and ankle, and the sneaker is accented in a Siren Red and Laser Blue design aesthetic.
Notable embellishments include the King James crown insignia on the tongue and integrated Flywire cables for a secure fit. A forward Zoom Air unit sits atop a rubber outsole, alongside a dual-chambered Max Air under the heel.