This may be a little confusing, but let’s try to clarify things a bit. Below you will find images of the Nike Air Zoom Generation in the “Debut” colorway. This pair is also known as the Nike Air Zoom Generation First Game, but not to be confused with the White and Red “First Game” pair that LeBron wore during his first home game in Cleveland back on November 5, 2003. The Nike Air Zoom Generation Debut is also known as “First Game” because it was the colorway that LeBron James wore in his first (ever) NBA game against the Sacramento Kings on October 29, 2003. Got it? Good.
Making a return to celebrate the model’s 20th anniversary, the Nike Air Zoom Generation Debut comes dressed in a White, Black, Varsity Red, and Metallic Silver color scheme. You can expect the sneaker to release in OG form, which consists of a White leather upper, Black mesh paneling and Varsity Red contrasting accents. A Zoom Air cushioned sole rounds out the main features of the shoe.
Retailing for $180, look for the Nike Air Zoom Generation Debut to return sometime during the summer at select retailers and Nike SNKRS. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Nike Air Zoom Generation Debut.
In other release news, the Nike Air Max 1 ’86 OG Big Bubble University Red drops on March 26th.