by Brendan Dunne
The sneaker is even more colorful than the LeBron 4 that established the theme, as the wild cereal print completely covers the Hyperposite pieces. The print here is also a little more abstract, in contrast with the LeBron 4 "Fruity Pebbles" that pretty clearly depicted the breakfast cereal in question. The shoe also breaks from the overall lighter colorway of the 4 with its black Megafuse sections.
UPDATE 3/16: The Nike LeBron 12 "Fruity Pebbles" release date has been pushed back to March 18.