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LeBron’s Nike Air Force 1 Low “Four Horsemen” Gets a Release

For the King and his Horsemen: Maverick Carter, Rich Paul, and Randy Mims.


[Upate 14 Apr 2023] Contrary to what was reported earlier, a new release date has been announced. The “Four Horsemen” will arrive on 27 April on Nike SNKRS and select retailers for US$140.

[Update 9 Mar 2023] An official release date for LeBron James’ upcoming Nike Air Force 1 Low “Four Horsemen”. Slated to arrive on 7th April, you can expect to find this pair on Nike SNKRS as well as select retailers. It will retail for US$140. In the meantime, you can browse through the official imagery via the top slider above.

[Update 11 Jan 2023] Nike has put out official images of the LeBron James’ Nike Air Force 1 Low “Four Horsemen”‘, confirming its release for this year! While an exact release date has yet to be revealed, its rumoured to release some time in spring this year at a retail price of US$150. Check out the images in the top slider above and stay tuned as we’ll bring you the latest updates as soon we as get them.


Before LeBron James even played his first game in the NBA, in high school, he was already prospected to be the second coming of the GOAT. Everyone waited in bated breath in 2003 to see if LeBron would be able to survive the Jordan curse that floundered around the names of Penny Hardaway, Grant Hill and Kobe Bryant early on in their careers. Not like he cared much for it considering he was already wearing #23 on his jersey.

He was even given the nickname “The Chosen One” by the media, and the other, “The King” would later be revealed to have come from a group of kids at the lobby of their hotel, who started addressing him as such after winning the state championship.

He was a gold mine, a certainty, no gamble. Reebok offered him US$110 million and adidas US$70 (million). The same way he had the foresight to dictate plays, he exercised the same when he made the decision to sign a 7-year deal with Nike for an impressive US$90 million, impressive for someone who hasn’t played an NBA game, impressive for an 18-year old. Today, this deal makes up part of his billion-dollar fortune with the Swoosh celebrating him by naming their innovation building at the Nike World Headquarters the “LeBron James Innovation Center”.

Before they named an entire building after him, Nike commemorated their partnership in 2003 by giving him an exclusive Air Force 1 for him and his ‘Four Horsemen’ in marketing businessman Maverick Carter, LeBron’s long-time manager Randy Mims, and Rich Paul, named by Forbes as one of the most powerful sports agent in the world whose Klutch Sports Group manages some of the most prominent NBA players.

While there’s been a few other colorways of the commemorative AF1 that’ve made its rotation, none have ever been officially released publicly—until next year perhaps. The spearhead, the one gifted in 2003, features the signature Knight chess piece insignia on the heel with LeBron’s only alma-matter, St. Vincent-St. Mary High School’s green dressing the shoe on the Swooshes, sock liner, and the sole units.

There’re no official photos of the pair yet, the ones featured are from 2003, and neither is there a release date, other than a Spring 2023. For such a pair to have so much history embedded into it, it’s only a matter of time before more news arrives.

On the topic of legacy sneakers finally making another public appearance after decades, check out the Reebok Shaq Attaq OG, returning after 30 years.