Ohio State Buckeyes Get Nike LeBron 20 Colorway


Some questions were never meant to be answered. However, humans will always have debates about time, space and where james lebron would have gone to college.

While we’ll never know what James NCAA career would have involved, it is obvious which school he most represents. It’s a Nike school whose name ends with “Ohio State” and begins with “The”.

Ohio State Buckeyes

Yesterday, the Ohio State Buckeyes men’s basketball team shared images of a never-before-seen colorway of the Nike LeBron 20. Once again, Nike designed James’ shoes in scarlet, white and grey.

The Nike LeBron 20 has quickly become the basketball shoe of choice for players and fans alike. The design lends itself to a plethora of exciting colorways. Unfortunately, the “Ohio State” colorway will never get a general release. However, fans can still choose from several other versions of James’ 20th signature shoe.

Nike LeBron 20

View of the player-exclusive Nike LeBron 20 “Ohio State” colorway.

The Nike LeBron 20 was released in September 2022 for $200. It is undeniable that the price is high. However, the performance model touts the best technology Nike has to offer.

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The low model was designed with the next generation of gamers in mind. The forefoot sits on a top-loading Zoom Air Turbo unit and the heel features a larger Zoom Air unit, measuring 13mm thick, to help with impact protection.

A synthetic-wrapped side guard keeps the foot secure. Additionally, a carbon fiber shank in the midfoot provides energy return and torsional rigidity. Traction is provided by a multi-directional outsole pattern that grips the ground.

Fans can purchase the Nike LeBron 20 at Nike’s website. Let us know on Twitter if you are considering buying James’ 20th signature shoe. As always, stay locked in on FanNationKicks.com for news, highlights, and interviews.

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