LeBron James’ Nike LeBron 15 Equality sneakers have been all the talk since The King debuted the shoes on-court in mid-December. Now, months after previewing the sneakers, Nike and LeBron are giving sneakerheads a chance to cop the kicks through a special digital drawing system.

Available for purchase only to those who reside in the U.S., the sneakers are limited to 400 pairs nationwide, 200 black and 200 white. Sold exclusively via Nike’s drawing system, sneakerheads can now enter the Swoosh’s raffle for only $10 a donation—with the option to enter the drawing system an unlimited amount of times. Proceeds from each entry will go directly to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Each entry will give raffle-goers an opportunity to win one pair of either the black or white LeBron 15 shoe.

Nike’s raffle for the LeBron 15 Equality sneakers is now open to the public in the U.S. Running from today all through Fri., March 2 at 11:59 EST., winners will be announced via email or phone call, with the shoes guaranteed to ship on the week of March 5.

In related Nike x LeBron news, the Swoosh recently released The King's original Air Zoom Generation kicks in the popular wheat colorway. Launched in a slew of men's and kid's sizes, pairs of the coveted kicks are still available for purchase at select Nike retailers.

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