Along with the recent leak of an upcoming Nike LeBron 17 "Uptempo", more signs are pointing to the return of the LeBron Watch theme hitting LeBron James' current signature sneaker.
Thanks to Sayitwityakickz, a teaser shot suggests the classic Nike Air Command Force is the likely inspiration behind this upcoming LeBron 17, with the tongue bearing a new 'LeBron' embroidery in the font of the aforementioned hoops silhouette from the '90s. While a better look at the rest of this LeBron 17 style has yet to be revealed, the shoe appears to don a white-based Knitposite upper with multi-colored accents featured on the heel.
The Air Command Force is best known for being worn by Woody Harrelson's character Billy Hoyle in the 1992 film White Men Can't Jump. LeBron's line previously paid homage to the colorway on the LeBron 13.
As of now, release details surrounding this Nike LeBron 17 "Command Force" are not yet available but keep it locked to Sole Collector for updates in the coming weeks.
UPDATE (03/23): New images of the "Command Force" Nike LeBron 17 via ID4Shoes. The release date is set for Apr. 17.
UPDATE (03/31): Here's an official look at the "Command Force" Nike LeBron 17 dropping on April 17 for $200.
Nike LeBron 17 "Command Force"
Release Date: 04/17/20
Style #: BQ3177-100