First sneaker of the LaMelo Ball line with PUMA gets release date

Charlotte Hornets star LaMelo Ball will be receiving his first signature shoe in just a few months

Since LaMelo Ball unveiled its first MB.01 shoe with the Puma, a few months ago, the excitement around tennis grew and today, fans have been informed about its official release date. “Puma has been making waves since her return to basketball, not just on the court but also for the culture,” Ball said, according to Complex. “They are doing great things and they are the new wave.”

Puma today announced that the MB.01 will be released in December and will be priced at $125. The shoe will be available online at puma.com and in stores in the Foot Locker family of retailers. LaMelo Ball has been playing with the MB.01 throughout the NBA preseason, and compared to his older brother Lonzo’s first sneakers under the Big Baller brand, there is a big difference in size and durability.

LaMelo Ball cape
Photo: Via Puma

The MB.01, which features a padded midsole with a mesh upper and a rubber sole, was only shown in orange. But it will come in multiple colors and have an innovative design along the top.

Puma, who made a huge effort to get back into basketball in 2018, signing the likes of Terry Rozier, Demarcus Cousins, Michael Porter Jr. and rapper turned music legend J. Cole, is definitely trying to keep up, LaMelo Ball, winner of the NBA Rookie of the Year award and sponsored by the brand for a year.

The MB.01 is a combination of aesthetic design and perfect performance for an NBA-level player. It is a perfect shoe for an athlete who wants to move around on the court and while being able to stop quickly is also able to change direction. Its sole provides that wonderful feeling of agility. Now, for sure many fans enjoyed this new update and are eagerly awaiting these new signature shoes from the big NBA star LaMelo Ball.

Check out Tennis images below:

LaMelo Ball cape
Photo: Via Puma
LaMelo Ball cape
Foto: Jared C. Tilton / Getty Images
LaMelo Ball cape
Foto: Jared C. Tilton / Getty Images

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