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LeBron XVII - ‘Command Force’
The LeBron XVII - ‘Command Force’ draws inspiration from the classic 90's basketball movie 'White Men Can't Jump' and the Nike Air Command Force sneakers Woody Harrelson's character 'Billy Hoyle' wears during the film. The most note able detail coming on the shoes tongue, with 'LeBron' stitched in the same font as the 'Force' word mark from the Nike Air Command Force. The Nike LeBron 17 is the seventeenth edition of Lebron's signature line. Theupper comes dressed in a Knitposite material, a durable mashup of heat-moulded yarn and Flyknit that’s textural elements make it a prime candidate for adding colour. It features a lightweight mix of knit and heat-moulded yarns that gives each one a durable look and feel. Designed specifically for LeBron, Nike Basketball's largest heel Max Air unit to date absorbs more force than previous designs. Visible, maximum-volume Zoom Air units under the ball of the foot provide quick, continuous responsiveness to generate fast-paced action.
Resilient foam midsole
Soft foam pod directly under the Max Air unit adds cushioning in the heel.
Stabilising plastic clip wraps around heel to lock you in.
Durable rubber outsole
Colour: White/Black/Multi Colour
Product SKU/code: BQ3177-100
Nike Footwear Size Guide
Use your measurements and the chart below to determine your shoe size.
Please note: your foot measurement (centimetres) will be different than the CM size on your shoe box. We realise this, and have already accounted for it.
FOOT LENGTH (centimetres)
MEASURE YOUR FEET
Wear the type of socks you'll wear with your shoes and measure feet in the afternoon (feet typically swell during the day). Distribute weight evenly before measuring.
Stand up straight on a hard surface with your heel against the wall and a piece of blank paper taped to the floor, flush against the wall beneath your foot.
Have someone mark the longest part of your foot (referred to as heel-to-toe length) on the paper with a pen or pencil, or measure yourself if necessary. Repeat with the other foot, as right and left sizes may be different.
Use a ruler to measure the heel-to-toe length you marked for each foot.