All the basketball enthusiasts reading this are probably familiar with Lonzo Ball, one of the rookies of the Los Angeles Lakers. Lonzo is currently signed with Big Baller Brand, which was founded by his father LaVar Ball, and his current signature sneaker is the Big Baller Brand ZO2, which made its retail debut at a price of $450 earlier in 2017. Recently though, when Lonzo appeared on the court during the third game of the Summer League between the Lakers and the 76ers, he was laced up in a Nike Kobe A.D. pair. In fact, his sneaker choices during the next games varied and were also quite unexpected.
During the first two games of the Summer League, Lonzo did rock his signature ZO2. According to LaVar Ball, Big Baller Brand excels and surpasses brands like adidas, Nike and Under Armour. Surprisingly though, Lonzo wore sneakers from all three of those brands, and even an Air Jordan, this past week. After the Nike Kobe A.D., he rocked the adidas Harden LS and then wore the Under Armour Curry 4, which had not even been released then. Finally, Lonzo finished off the week by lacing up in the Air Jordan 31 Low “Oreo,” which was among April’s Jordan releases 2017 and retailed for $160.
While the Air Jordan 31 Low “Oreo” already made its retail debut on April 14th, 2017, the colorway seen above is on its way now. It is the Air Jordan 31 Low “Camo,” which features Flyweave and leather uppers dressed up in a combination of Grey and Olive. Of course, this colorway gets its nickname from the camo print that has covers the snekaer’s ankle areas and has been blended into the color scheme. Its ankles and tongues also appear to be sporting White-colored “Jumpman” branding. Furthermore, it seems to be equipped with clean, all-White midsoles and Gum Rubber outsoles.
It has been a few months now since the Air Jordan 31 Low “Oreo” joined the Jordan releases 2017 and it may or may not be widely available anymore. However, sneakerheads can still cop a pair of this Air Jordan 31 Low “Camo” once it hits the shelves on August 18th, 2017 and retailers at a price of $160.