If you wonder how to recognize LeBron James’ Player Exclusives here are some tips. It’s easy to tell if LeBron is wearing a PE when he rocks a completely new colorway, but the task becomes harder when he wears a GR-look-a-like. We all know that professional athletes receive customized sneakers and although when the shoe looks the same on the store shelves and on players’ feet, they might be slightly different. For example LeBron’s AZG and ZLIII PEs had a longer tongue to fix lacing issues. LeBron’s ZLIV PE had a carbon fiber spring plate incorporated into the Full-length Zoom Air insole. The easiest way to spot a Nike LeBron ‘General-Release-Player-Exclusive’ is to look for King James’ emblems on his kicks. So far, after the release of Bron’s seventh signature shoe, there have been two such details: LRJ (initials) and #23 (jersey number). Check out the entire listing below. Thanks to BILLY HOYLE for the pics of the V’s.