LeBron James' latest Nike model is now more than just a basketball sneaker. The LeBron Soldier 10, a takedown in his Nike LeBron line that is acting as the bridge between the LeBron 13 and 14, has been turned into a pair of football cleats for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
The cleats were shown off by Columbus boutique Sole Classics, which will sell the non-cleated version of the same colorway on Saturday, Nov. 26.
STRAIGHT FIRE. The Lebron Soldier 10 SFG "Un-cleated" will be available at Sole Classics Saturday morning at 9am. Just in time for THE Game pic.twitter.com/Pp6A19inKk— Sole Classics (@SoleClassics) November 22, 2016
It appears that the Ohio State Buckeyes will wear these Nike LeBron cleats for this weekend's game against Michigan.
The LeBron Soldier 10 was turned into a cleat before for Toronto Blue Jay Josh Donaldson, but these differ from that pair in that they seem to be made by Nike and not a customizer.
UPDATE 11/26: Official images via Nike Football.