Nike is set to release a few signature basketball shoes this Monday, July 27.

Basketball fans and players will happy with this Monday’s release as two of the NBA’s best players are set to drop their signature pairs — Lebron James and Kevin Durant.

Lebron 12 EXT NikeID

The latest colorway of LBJ’s signatures is on fire! The pair features a red all-over color scheme highlighted by a gold Nike check on the sides. This Lebron 12 EXT edition features a unique texture and design which is a nod to The King’s Akron, Ohio roots.

“The latest LeBron XII EXT digs deep into James’ Ohio roots, featuring a design inspired by Akron’s long-established rubber industry. A city widely recognized for its bustling factories, Akron has produced countless rubber goods, most notably automotive tires for vehicles all over the globe,” Nike officially described.

“The ‘Rubber City’ inspiration is brought to life with a rubber upper emulating tire treads,” the site added.

The pair is also available for customization through NikeID.

Lebron 12 EXT will drop in stores and on Nike online shop on July 27 for $295.

NikeID KD 8 ‘Spray Paint’

Kevin Durant’s newest signature pair is getting a new colorway. With just a few weeks since its release, the KD 8 has jsut a few colorways so “Spray Paint” is a welcome addition to the collection.

The new pair features “bold graphic inspired by old-school foam toys”. The color scheme can also be customized through NikeID.

The KD 8 is a game-changer in the basketball shoes industry. It features two firsts for Nike — a FlyWeave upper and a full-length Nike Zoom Air unit.

“These elements work in tandem to provide Durant with the versatility, fit and responsiveness engineered for basketball’s most dynamic player,” Nike noted.

KD 8 “Spray Paint” will be sold in Nike stores and online for $225.