Originally featured on the Nike Air Max LeBron 7, the Red Carpet colorway are said to be one of the cleanest ones in its lineage.
The Nike LeBron 14 features a Black upper, with Glass Blue accents outlining the Swoosh, stitching, and the beautiful translucent outsole. To contrast, the White midsole patterns beautifully on the silhouette with also Red accents on the tongue and insole of the shoe. Overall, the sneaker is just so beautifully colorblocked, but nothing like the original LeBron 7. They also incorporated the NFW (No Flywire) on the Red Carpets presenting a unique look to the sneaker.
Now where does the name “Red Carpet” came from? It was supposed to be a reference to The King’s luxirious lifestyle according to nikelebron.net. However, the shoe was inspired by the More Than a Game documentary back in 2008. It has been years since we got this colorway back to the line. We are glad to see it back in a great execution by Nike Basketball.
One of the best parts of this is the return of the original logo from LeBron James in his early years, the L23. Seen on the inside of the tongue and insole, the logo can be seen. The branding is classic and will always be a part of the LeBron James series.
Releasing in the next coming weeks, the Red Carpet LeBron 14 will drop on May 27, 2017 for $175.00 USD.