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Buy Chris Harris' exact Nike trainers from Top Gear episode 3!

Top Gear host Chris Harris didn’t just impress with his Coutts bank card on the series, but also with his fresh Nike kicks.

The most recent episode of BBC One’s 29th series of Top Gear saw hosts Paddy McGuiness, Freddie Flintoff and Chris make their journey to Cyprus, where they rented several cars.

However there was one thing that caught the eyes of viewers, which were Chris’ Nike shoes. So where can viewers buy the exact pair he was wearing in episode 3?

Screenshot: Top Gear, Series 29 Episode 3, BBC

Buy Chris Harris’ Nike trainers

The trainers seen on the Top Gear host’s feet are called ‘Nike Lebron Solder 13 Light Photo Blue’. They can be bid for at in new condition, which had a recent sale of £62.

It looks like the exact pair are no longer being stocked at other footwear brands such as Footlocker and Nike.

However, both websites seem to have newer Nike Lebron Soldier versions of the colourful shoes.

While some unique pairs of Nike Lebron Soldiers are available on the Footlocker website, which go up to around £169.99, and start from around £79.99. They cost around £139.95 for a pair of the trainers on the Nike website.

Screenshot: Nike Lebron trainers, Nike website

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How to buy similar trainers

They are the same shoes that basketball player Lebron James wore in the 2016-17 NBA Finals, so it’s no surprise that they are pretty popular! have several different types of the Nike Lebron shoes on offer, in a range of colours. This includes the Nike Lebron Soldier 12 Flyease trainers for £110.

Or if you prefer to have the trainers in one block colour, they are also selling them in black, which have gone down to £110 from £120. They are called the Nike Lebron Soldier 13 SFG Triple Black.



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Celine is a journalist with over five years of experience in the media industry and the chief staff writer on Reality Titbit. After graduating with a degree in Multimedia Journalism she became a radio newsreader and reporter, before moving into her current role as a reality TV writer.