Nike needed to fix its signature sneaker for LeBron James. The line didn’t really take off until it was reimagined with the 7, which released to fanfare in 2010. The success continued with subsequent releases and the money kept rolling in. That was until the LeBron 11, where the price (some pairs were as expensive as $295) didn’t match the public’s desire for bulky basketball sneakers. The past few years have been rough for Nike Basketball, with Foot Locker admitting they couldn’t sell the shoes and the brand forced out of the head of its basketball category. Things changed in 2017 with the release of the LeBron 15, which was a step in the right direction. The sneaker follows the sock shoe trend (although many are growing tired of that, too), and it was debuted at Ronnie Fieg’s Kith fashion show by LeBron James himself. This is being followed up by a collection of James’ sneakers designed by Fieg, who said last year, “LeBron’s sneaker legacy is one of the best I’ve seen in my lifetime.” Now Fieg gets to add to it.