While not yet confirmed by Nike, leaked images from sinshouhin_com suggest that a retro of the Nike Zoom LeBron 3 is imminent, and the "Christ the King" Player Exclusive could be making its retail debut.

Made for Christ the King High School in Queens, New York, the "CTK" LeBron 3 surfaced in 2006 and was only given to players, friends and family. Unworn pairs currently posted on eBay have asking prices ranging from $620 to $1,800.

The LeBron 3 has been absent from the market since its original run, but appears to be on its way back this year. In January, LeBron James shared an on-foot look at a previously unreleased grey colorway.

As of now, there's no official launch information, but we'll keep you posted with new developments in the coming months.

UPDATE (09/04): This afternoon, Nike randomly released a limited number of the "CTK" LeBron 3 via the SNKRS app exclusively in New York City. The pairs sold out within minutes. There is also now official images of the high school PE, courtesy of Nike. It is unclear at this time if the pair will be getting an wider release in the future.

Nike Zoom LeBron 3 'CTK' BQ2444-100 (Lateral)
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Nike Zoom LeBron 3 'CTK' BQ2444-100 (Medial)
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Nike Zoom LeBron 3 'CTK' BQ2444-100 (Top)
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Nike Zoom LeBron 3 'CTK' BQ2444-100 (Heel)
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Nike Zoom LeBron 3 'CTK' BQ2444-100 (Bottom)
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Nike Zoom LeBron 3 'CTK' BQ2444-100 (Detail)
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