The shoe introduces a new generation of die-hard fans to the world of Looney Tunes with different character-focused colors and graphics. On the court, the LeBron 18 Low trio of styles for adults and kids uses a color-coded design to express a sense of belonging. Some of the most memorable encounters in franchise history include Bugs vs. Marvin the Martian, Tweety Bird vs. Sylvester and Roadrunners vs. Weil E. Coyote. Toddlers include a version of Air Force 1 with lots of characters. (don’t worry Adult sizes are also available) and the Bugs LeBron 18.
Meanwhile, the Converse sneakers bring thoughtful cartoon detailing to the well-known lifestyle silhouette. The Lola Bunny Pro leather features a simple perforated leather design with a furry Star Chevron logo and Lola graphics. Embroidered on the heel. Embellished with pink mesh lining.
Previewed in the movie is the new LeBron 19, featuring a two-chamber Air Max unit in the heel and a new shaped Zoom Air unit in the forefoot for reliable underfoot riding for Nike Basketball shoe designer James Jason Petrie. Inspired by the magic of the future behind the movies.
“In designing the LeBron 19, we were definitely guided by what happened in the film,” says Petrie. “We wanted to give LeBron a brand-new feel, which is synonymous with its space-age exterior.”
As for apparel, Nike and LeBron’s Dri-FIT uniforms are made from smooth, shiny duracine fabric. Featuring an engineered print and a stitched twill logo featuring the two All-Star teams: Tune Squad and Goon Squad, the Tune Squad varsity jacket features the same premium lettering stitching on the chest. while the inside is printed in bright orange throughout. Rounding out the Converse clothing line is a roster of Looney Tunes characters made up of a collection of graphic t-shirts, shorts, and hoodies.