LeBron James and Nike are finally releasing the “Equality” Lebron 15 PE worn by the King earlier this season. They will be extremely limited, and released only through a drawing.
LeBron James started the 2017-18 NBA season with a message, donning a jet black pair of the Nike LeBron 15 with the word “Equality” emblazoned across the heel of both shoes in gold embroidery, as well as a gold foil Swoosh on the heel just below it. He has worn the PE since, debuting another another white colorway in December when he wore both colored shoes at once. Now, Nike has announced a release of the previously-unavailable LeBron 15 “Equality” PE. Inspired by the message on the shoes, Nike and LeBron have decided to give everyone in the United States a chance to win a pair- for free. The shoes will be very limited, with only 200 pairs in each colorway going to winners of the drawing, which is now open. Participants can enter the drawing for the shoes in one size for free, though a $10 per-entry fee can be paid to place unlimited entries in the contest. The winners will be drawn on March 3rd, with the shoes shipping on the 5th. Due to the limited nature, Nike has stated that “Winners will be randomly selected for either a black or a white pair and are encouraged to find a winner of the alternate color to trade with in order to make a mismatched pair just like LeBron.” Check out the images below for a better look at the shoes, and head over to Nike’s contest page for the shoe to enter to win. Good luck, and let us know if you win!