LeBron is unstoppable on the court and just as influential off of it. The year 2003, LeBron's rookie season and a pivotal year in culture, inspires the LeBron 16 Low. It is powered by Max Air and Zoom Air cushioning technologies, and embodies his clout and versatility.
kray28 - 08 Feb 2020
These are great for long practice sessions because of the awesome impact protection that full-length segmented Zoom Air unit gives you. Fit is great, durability is awesome. They aren't true lows...more like low-mid so if you wear these with low cut socks, parts of the show can dig into your ankles/heels. So I wear them with higher cut socks. Otherwise, excellent shoes.
TonyY227287674 - 10 Jan 2020
If your looking for shoes for serious everyday basketball I would not recommend going with the Lebron Lows. The grip of the toe ripped off in the first month I used them. They took a very long time to break in and overall are pretty heavy shoes. Finally the most unattractive trait they have is that they really dont have good ankle support.
NaviA64944978 - 05 Jan 2020
This shoe is great from looks to performance. I am 13 and I play as starting Center for my school as I am 6'0 225 lbs. I need a supportive shoe that protects me but gives me the impact protection I need when I am crashing the glass or landing hard from a fouled post move. This shoes gives you great support and lockdown to make sure the amazing traction that stops you on a dime does not make you fall. The max zoom air gives you all the impact protection you will ever need as well. The traction pattern on the bottom is also extremely hard so you can play on an outdoor court for as long as you want. You will stay stable in this shoe as well since the outrigger is great and the heel counter protects you from any slippage. From Point Guards to Centers, this will be your go-to shoe.