In the third quarter of last night’s Cleveland Cavaliers game against the Philadelphia 76ers, when he dunked an alley-oop pass from Matthew Dellavedova, LeBron James became the youngest player in NBA history to reach 25,000 points. In honor of his incredible achievement, Nike has let go of a “25K” design option for the LeBron 13 in NikeiD, allowing users to choose a custom graphic to lay over the shoe’s upper.
The graphic features a combination of items and symbols that define LeBron’s brand, from a lion to industrial smoke, the latter of which represents James’s birthplace of Akron, Ohio.
If you’re a fan of James—or just kicks in general—pop over to NikeiD and design yourself a pair of 25K LeBron 13s. The price runs pretty steep, $250 for a pair, but sometimes you’ve gotta pay for history.