LeBron James' third signature sneaker, the Nike LeBron 3, is slowly but surely making a comeback.

The limited edition "Christ The King" LeBron 3 PE unexpectedly dropped back in September, and the "Superman" PE is now scheduled to debut in early February.

Additionally, it looks like the "White/Navy Blue/Silver" colorway, which has been rumored for months, will finally be rereleasing at select shops such as Atmos on January 16.

This classic LeBron 3, which first released in 2006, is built on a white and navy blue leather upper accompanied by white patent leather overlays and silver accents throughout. It's unclear exactly how many retailers will have the kicks in stock, but it is believed they'll retail for $175 just like the others.

The first-ever Nike LeBron 3 made it's debut in November of 2005, featuring Zoom Air units at the forefoot and heel, as well as a “foot-bucket” insole which prevented the foot from slipping off the foot-bed. Some OG colorways are currently selling on the resale market in the $400-$500 range, however other player exclusives, like the "Superman" joint, fetch as much as $1,500.