Nike is set to make noise again this week with the release of several popular shoe models, including the 12th signature shoe of Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James.

The LeBron 12 will arrive at retailers in "Court Vision" edition, which is officially listed as the Black/Bright Crimson/White colorway of the shoe, on Wednesday, 10 a.m. EST.

The LeBron 12 "Court Vision" features a black-based upper part with Hyperposite panel combined with bright crimson laces and lining for the white Nike Swoosh logo, and finished off with a translucent blue outsole.

According to Nike, this simple-looking edition is reportedly inspired by the James' vaunted court vision, which made him one of the best and hardest-to-guard players in the world today.

"LeBron's court vision is unparalleled. His eyes are constantly moving, seeing every part of the floor. The latest LeBron 12 colorway takes inspiration from his uncanny skill with a tonal, reflective optical art pattern on the Hyperposite quarter panel," Nike noted.

Nike Blog described the shoe as the cleanest and most classically styled colorway of the LeBron 12 to date, and also pointed out that this shoe might have been designed before James decided to leave the Miami Heat because the overall combination makes it a good fit to his former team's uniform.

The LeBron 12 "Court Vision" will be available in full family sizing with retail prices set at $200 for men's sizes, $160 for gradeschool sizes, $90 for preschool sizes and $60 for toddler sizes on and select Nike retailers worldwide. More information and photos of this shoe are available on this link.

Aside from the newest colorway of the LeBron 12, Nike is also set to release the new Nike Roshe Flyknit, which has been getting a lot of attention online over the past several weeks.

This popular model underwent transformation as Nike applied their latest Flyknit technology, which led to the creation of a shoe that provides top-level support despite being considered as a lightweight sneaker.

To reduce waste in manufacturing process, Nike also used a one-piece sole, but made sure that the materials are durable enough for daily use on rough surfaces and will continue to provide superior cushioning.

The new Nike Roshe Flyknit will be released in several colorways on Thursday for $120 per pair on and select Nike retailers worldwide. More information about the shoe and official photos are available on this link.

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