Originally released in 2010, the Nike LeBron 7 “MVP” is set to make a retro return this June for a huge release. 

When the Nike LeBron 7 “MVP” originally released in 2010, James was celebrating his second consecutive MVP title. Now, fast forward 10 years later, LeBron James is not the same young star player, he’s the same beast but in a more matured mindset. Now this Summer, the special edition will make a return while Bron tries to get back on the court to lead the Lakers to the 2020 Finals.

The rendition features a great colorway that consists of white leather paneled overlays and soft grey perforated paneling. Cavs colors shine on the chenille Nike Swoosh that opts for gold and outlined in maroon as well as the laces and ankles. “Witness History” is inscribed on the heels while the commemorative MVP logo is stamped on the medial ankles to justify the reason behind the design. A red Air Max unit and speckled black midsole then finish off the coveted design.


As of now, a direct release date has not been scheduled but we expect the sneaker to release sometime this June at select retailers and Nike.com for $200. Check out official images from the 2010 pair below which we expect this retro edition to look exactly like for a better feel for what’s to come. As always, make sure to stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for all the updates and the latest sneaker news.

Nike LeBron 7 “MVP”
Color: White/Team Red-Wolf Grey-Bronze
Style Code: CZ8915-100
Release Date: June 26th, 2020
Retail Price: $200

UPDATE: Official images of the Nike LeBron 7 “MVP” have surfaced with a release date of June 26th, 2020 being announced as well. Be sure to head over to our release page for all the online links & raffles to enter if you’re after a pair.

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