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Titan's Nike LeBron 16 Low Is Coming. And It's the Best Agimat Yet

Let's just say it's... fit for a king.
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2019 has been a great year for sneakers, collabs especially. Seeing as we have several more months to go before the next year, there's still plenty to look forward to. And today, Titan and Nike Basketball just announced its collab: The Nike LeBron 16 Low x Titan Agimat.

Designed by Titan's Allyn Martin, the new LeBron 16 Low is inspired by the player's journey from warrior to king. What we're zooming in on, however, are the many Philippine-centered details on the pair. The collab drops August 31 at select Titan locations, as well as internationally on the Nike site.

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In another post on Instagram, Titan explained the sneaker's design concept. For the third chapter of the Agimat series, the concept shop wanted to pay tribute to LeBron and his legacy while honoring the Titan story. Read the statement in full below:

A mark of a decade-long commitment, a testament to chasing greatness. To honor @kingjames’ transcendent journey and his undeniable legacy, Nike Basketball and Titan come together to bring the third chapter of the Agimat series. From defying the odds to taking on new challenges. From a small hometown to the global stage. The transformation from Warrior to King. The LeBron James story, the Titan story, is the story of so many others.

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THE WARRIOR KING // For he who was chosen. For those he has chosen. #TAKETHETHRONE #FLOTG #TitanX

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Will you be copping a pair?

Absolutely. There's no question about it.

I have to see it in person first.

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Ahead of the release, Titan will be giving away badges with every purchase of a LeBron product. The badge grants holders exclusive access to reserve a pair of the Nike LeBron 16 Low x Titan Agimat at the launch event. Each badge comes with a QR code that leads to an online registration form to reserve a pair, and failure to do so, according to Titan, "nullifies the Titan's Badge's benefits."

With that said, a badge doesn't fully guarantee a reservation since the launch event will only accommodate limited slots. And seeing how many likes and comments Titan's posts have racked up, we're sure the slots will run out quickly in the coming days.

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