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Red LeBron 12 Low

This Nike LeBron 12 Low “Red” edition is the newest Nike LeBron 12 silhouette to debut that recently released at select Foot Locker locations.

The shoe is dressed in a combination of University Red, Gym Red and White color scheme. Featuring a dominate full all-Red base with White Nike/LeBron branding hitting the tongue, back pull tab, and Nike Swoosh overlaying the toe area done in 3M Reflective Silver. This LeBron 12 Low is completed with a full Red outsole and Air Max sole unit.

As of right now there has yet to be an exact release date on this Nike LeBron 12 Low “Red” pair, but a wider release is expected to take place in the coming weeks to all Nike locations.

Check out the detailed photos below and stay tuned to Sneaker Bar for further updates as they develop. How many of you are feeling this all-Red low-top version of the Nike LeBron 12? Leave your thoughts and comments below.

Nike LeBron 12 Low
University Red/Reflective Silver-Gym Red-Black
724557-616
Spring 2015
$175

Red LeBron 12 Low

Nike LeBron 12 XII Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 XII Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 XII Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 XII Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 XII Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 XII Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 XII Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 Low Red

Nike LeBron 12 Low Red

Red Nike LeBron 12 Low

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