This never-before-seen LeBron XIX popped up on the Instagram story of one Frankie Walker Sr. For those unaware of who Mr.Walker is, he was the head coach of the South Side Rangers, a pee wee team that an eight-year-old LeBron James played on. He and his family opened up their doors to a young LeBron, allowing him to live with him, as his mother at the time, was not in the best place to provide a stable home for her son.Walker was integral in persuading LeBron to join his first recreational basketball team, the Summit Lake Hornets.
Mr. Walker posted these LeBron XIXs that appears to eschew the synthetic textile upper for what appears to be green leather with black piping and a golden sculpted overlay at the midfoot. A black-bordered Swoosh is present on the clear ankle wapping overlay, which features a circular logo. A gold-speckled green midsole, Max Zoom units and a blue-tinted translucent outsole completes this aesthetic.
At this juncture very little is known about these, including if these will ever see the retail light of day, If and when more information on these avails itself, it will be reported so stay tuned.