A Preview of the New York City Inspired Nike Zoom LeBron VI »

Nov 11, 2008 at 4:23 pm | lebron-vishoes

On March 5th, 2008 Nike released the very much anticipated Yankee edition of the Zoom LeBron V at the House of Hoops, New York. On the very same day LeBron James played against the New York Knicks at the Madison Square Garden. He gave a very memorable performance by scoring 50 points, 10 assists and 8 rebounds wearing nothing else, but the Yankee V’s. It’s was the first and only time he wore these kicks during an NBA game. In order to commemorate that night, and also LeBron’s love for NYC, Nike created another special NY-themed sneaker. It’s the White and Navy Zoom LeBron VI colorway, that King James has been wearing several times this season. Today, we have a few close-up shots that unveil some interesting details. The date on the side is the day he played the Knicks: 3/5/2008. On the tongue lies his stat line from the night: 50-10-8. The New York crowd gave LeBron a “Standing O” after his ridiculous beat down on the Knicks – which can be found on the inside label. All photos courtesy of House of Hoops, who by the way have just released the shoes! It’s a General Release colorway and it’s expected to drop nation wide later on.

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