On October 29th, 2003, LeBron James laced up his sneakers for first regular season NBA game against the Sacramento Kings. He did so in this colorway of the Air Zoom Generation, his first signature shoe with Nike (accompanied by a plus $90M contract). The second-ever retro of the Air Zoom Generation follows the "First Game" release, despite this pair truly being his actual first game shoe. Anchored by a smooth white upper, this version features a black cushioned mesh fabric around the side, midsole, and heel. Crimson accents on the Swoosh and heel give the shoe a clean finishing touch.