Austin Reaves‘ signature shoe plans to release two new colorways. As many members of the basketball community should certainly be aware, Reaves is a young star for the Los Angeles Lakers and recently came under fans’ radar for the success that he has seen with the team.
As a result of his accomplishments with the Lakers, Reaves was invited to play for Team USA at the 2023 FIBA World Cup and has even signed a signature shoe deal to endorse a shoe line called the Rigorer AR1. Since this is Reaves’ first signature shoe, his fan base is quite excited.
Recent reports reveal that Reaves will be launching two new colorways for the Rigorer AR1. Both the new models have some form of connection to Austin. With that being said, let us take a closer look at the new colorways and find out more.
Austin Reaves’ Rigorer AR1 introduces 2 unique colorways
Since Austin Reaves has played for both Team USA and the Los Angeles Lakers, his two new colorways for the Rigorer AR 1 represent just that. Fans will know that Team USA is associated with its iconic blue, white, and red colors while the Lakers are known for their purple and gold.
Two new Austin Reaves ‘AR1’ sneaker colorways have dropped! 🔥
🇺🇸 ‘Stars & Stripes’ colorway
🟪 ‘Showtime’ colorway
$100 each! Would you buy them? 🤔
— NBA Buzz (@OfficialNBABuzz) November 20, 2023
The Rigorer AR1 “Stars and Stripes” is the Team USA-themed model. It is largely white in color with splashes of blue and red. On the other hand, the Rigorer AR1 “Showtime” is primarily purple, yellow, and black with white soles. Both models have recently been released and are being sold at $100.
We are quite happy to see that Reaves is releasing several models for his first signature shoe. Since he is establishing himself as a good player on the Lakers, we expect that his shoes will do quite well.
Austin Reaves’ has had a lasting impact on the Lakers
Fans who were watching the Lakers last season will remember the various clutch shots that Reaves has hit for the team in big moments. Although Reaves was never really a hyped-up NBA prospect, he has worked hard on his game to get to the level he is at today.
Reaves managed to help his team get all the way to the Western Conference Finals. In the 14 games that he has played this season, Austin has averaged 13.4 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 4.9 assists. Additionally, he has been shooting 45.1% from the field and 35.7% from the three-point line. We look forward to seeing what he is capable of doing for his team this season.