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Chances are that the first Nike LeBron Retro is finally coming out. This might not be the usual 1-12 countdown as a brand new version of the “Dunkman” Zoom LeBron II proudly showing the new L-crown-J logo has been spotted on Instagram. It’s one of the most legendary shoes in the LeBron James’ signature collection and one of my personal favorites. Until now imagining owning a pair required a lottery win to fund the transaction. There are 3 different version of the Dunkman 2’s… each of them implements the dunkman pose in a different way. Younger sneakerheads… head over to the Zoom LeBron II Listing for more education. Nothing is confirmed at this point, but do you thing it’s time for Nike to treat us with the iconic LeBron II “Dunkman”?

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Apr 19, 2015 at 2:52 pm | lebron-iinike-lebron-shoes

It’s very interesting seeing Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James and his transformation into the Playoffs mode, which for the fourth season in a row includes a special version of his signature shoes prepared for the championship battle… the LeBron 12 Elite. By definition his Post Season shoes are upgraded in order to adapt to the potential 28 games instead of the full-length 82 games in the regular season. In real life we know that players don’t use the same pair for more than a couple of games. The first two Elites were lighter and stronger… now they’re just slightly different. There are no more Kevlar and Carbon upgrades. Nike notes the following changes… an all-new Vertical Takeoff wings?super-strong “beams” that frame soft, protective Phylon foam?integrate with the laces and wrap your foot for extreme lockdown and lateral stability an extra Nike Zoom unit for added cushioning. Apparently, the upper has less material than the LeBron 12, which gives it a lighter, stronger feel. Go check them out and let us know if they’re worth the extra money. We’ll review the changes too. Stay tuned for more insights.

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Apr 17, 2015 at 10:33 am | launch datelebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

When Nike did the Elite version of the LeBron 10 PS two years ago all records for the prices of basketball shoes have been shuttered. The prices started at $300 for the regular version up to almost $400 for the Nike+ Sportspack. Last season there was no Nike iD for the LeBron 11 Elite and nobody complained, really. This season Nike is looking to allow fans to personalize the LeBron 12 Elite, but again we come back to the discussions on how much can you spend on a pair of basketball shoes. Nike will be asking $320 for the Elite 12’s. Are you going to answer the call? Personally, I’m not so eager after the last year’s Elites, which were more of a downgrade compared to the regular model.

Apr 16, 2015 at 9:09 am | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

Remember this? LeBron’s USA Basketball LeBron 12 PE was one of the most creative designs of the season and my personal favorite! That U.S.A. flag one the posite panels beats every Nike iD option that’s been thrown at us including Instinct, Data, Chromosomes, Court Vision and Floral patterns. Turns out there’s an alternate version of the Veteran’s Day design and the best part is that is just might come out to public in the upcoming months. There is no concrete sneaker release date information for this pair yet, but with the USA low-tops already out, it’s possible that the LeBron 12 “Independence Day” will arrive around the 4th of July. Keep your fingers crossed and let us know which would do you like better… Red or Grey?

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Apr 16, 2015 at 4:38 am | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

It’s still very early, but the Soldier 9 has a lot going on already. Decomposing this brand new construction we get a new midfoot and ankle strap system, a sockliner integrated with a mesh upper, reinforced heel and probably the trademark forefoot and heel Zoom Air cushioning. As for the design I like what Nike is dosing with the Sprite and Hornets styles, but if you’re looking for something truly wild check out this new Multi-color option. Right now we’re looking at sample models, but I wonder if Nike decides to bring this into production. The question is would they find potential buyers? Share your thoughts on the next installment in the Nike Soldier series in the comments below.

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Apr 14, 2015 at 6:16 am | nike-lebron-shoeszoom-soldier-ix

We already got a couple of teasers showing the upcoming Zoom Soldier IX including the Blackout, Summit Lake Hornets and this “Sprite-esque” colorways. Today we get to see LeBron James’ latest installment in the Soldier line from all angles. This unveils more about the innovative strap system, which I’m sure adds more functionality, but subtracts casual appeal. We all know the Soldier line isn’t as popular on the streets as the main line, but I do remember Nike creating an amazing on and off court performer within LBJ’s secondary signature line in the form of the Nike Zoom 20-5-5. The Soldier line has been re-booted after the Soldier 5 and each year folks at Nike were able to improve on the next model, which resulted in more sightings on basketball courts… especially in the NBA. Hopefully, the Soldier 9 will continue this trend. Check out the new “Spite” SOLDIER IX pics below.

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Apr 14, 2015 at 6:02 am | zoom-soldier-ix

Inspired by Bronnie’s unforgettable video game birthday cake (pictured below), one of LeBron and his boys’ favorite off-season activities is matching up on their favorite console. Beating dad’s ok, but is definitely frowned upon. All this competition inside the James house inspired Nike Basketball to design an exclusive version of the Nike LeBron XII, which uses the Xbox One colors. Additionally the shoe features a patent leather look on the posite secion, which I wouldn’t mind at all on one of the Men’s colorways. Get yours “Gamer” LeBron 12’s this Saturday, April 17 on Nike.com in all Kids’ sizes… Grade School, Pre-school and Toddler.

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Apr 14, 2015 at 5:48 am | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

Throughout the years LeBron James has given us plenty of reasons to think that the Retro Nike LeBron movement is actually going to happen. So far after twelve seasons in the league and just as many successful sneakers in his signature collection… we’re still waiting. On Friday, LeBron James did a little bit of reminiscing himself by wearing the Zoom LeBron III in the exclusive “All-Star Game” colorway. The last time he did a throwback wearing was two seasons ago with the “Fairfax” Zoom LeBron VI. James quickly switched out of the LeBron 3’s to an all-new colorway of the LeBron 12, which makes it as #35 on the list of different colorways this season.

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Apr 13, 2015 at 9:56 am | lebron-jamesnba-basketballnba-photos

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