LeBron plays less in the paint and more at the point, so it makes sense that he wants to feel a little quicker. His 19th signature shoe gives him the feeling of containment he likes but with a lower, lighter design that's ideal for fast, strong players like LeBron who stretch the court.
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itsatungting - 16 Jul 2022
Writing a review for these since there has been a lot of negativity online. I purchased these in a size 11.5 (my true size), I would consider my feet to be wide and somewhat flatfooted, not as much as KD, but for my flatfooters out there you know the struggle. I primary play on outdoor courts so I will base my review on this environment alone. First of for my heavier post and PF players this is the shoes to get if your major concern is impact protection and comfort, their A1. Good room in the toe box, no uncomfortable rubbing of my pinky toe, and good lockdown ankle stability. Break in time for these shoes was basically none and they felt good from the jump. This model is definitely a lighter low top version for those who do not like the 19's. Court feel is good and traction for outdoor use is great. Lateral movements felt stable and I had no fear of ever rolling my ankle. Since this is a premium shoe in the Nike basketball line the materials are durable and honestly quite breathable; you definitely get your moneys worth. For my big men moving bodies in the paint and grabbing boards these are a must ! Try to catch them on sale you'll thank me later.
ReyS47448430 - 03 Jul 2022
Personally I prefer lows and are a whole lot better than the horrid 19's. I think the 19's is a hideous shoe with a horrible design. Kind of reminded me of the 13's when you had to go with the lows. I got the safaris and they are great! I would recommend them and hoping new color ways are coming out! Even though I am not a Lebron fan his shoes most of the time have a great design!