Nike have assured us that their new signature sneaker range is not an April Fools joke, but their questionable designs could have fooled us.
The sports brand have unveiled a new 'What The' range that sees both the LeBron 11 and KD VI given a makeover.
As the picture shows above, the two designs are in essence a mash up of previous incarnations of the hugely popular basketball shoes.
The 'What the LeBron 11', according to Nike, "remixes eighr product design elements from past LeBron signature shoes, along with 20 different graphics and colors from previous editions."
This includes the tongue detailing of the LeBron VII and the Akron map seen on the LeBron V.
Durant's meanwhile goes even further, incorporating no less than 35 graphics and colors from the previos KD VI colorways.
Both sneakers are available for purchase in the coming months, with the new LeBron 11 (seen on the right on the photo) on sale globally from May 31, and the 'What the KD VI' (left) out June 7.