According to an Instagram post by @ljfamfoundation, more than 800 pairs were given to the select students, including 10 different colorways like the “Remix,” “Four Horsemen,” “Harlem Stage,” “MPLS” and “Medicine Ball” styles.
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Last year, Nike and James created a special “I Promise” colorway of the LeBron 16 sneaker that was only made available through a raffle that raised funds for children in his native Akron, Ohio. His LBJ Family Foundation charity opened its doors to the “I Promise” school last July, offering an education to local children in the first to eighth grade.
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