White and Navy (141) Nike Zoom LeBron VI Low Sample Photos »

May 8, 2009 at 8:07 am | lebron-vishoes

Yesterday we addressed the issue of Samples vs GRs and how it affects the market. It’s a common thing for many stores (Eastbay, Footlocker, etc.), or even Nike, to put up sample catalog photos on their sites. As we all know shoes tend to change a lot during the course of production. The Nike Zoom LeBron VI Low has been modified a lot. First, the single stitching midsole was replaced with two rows, which accounts for a bulkier look. Second, the texture on the upper is different in some cases, especially the all white colorway, which doesn’t feature large perforation holes anymore. Third, the logo on the tongue is different. Samples have a bold L23 logo, while the GRs sport a composite logo with “L23” and “The Six” on it. Finally, based on this example, the Lionhead logo on the back switched its color from White to Gold. Follow Nike Zoom LeBron VI Low news for updates on this matter. After all, knowledge about ordering the right colorway is crucial! See actual production models here. Which model do you prefer? General Release or Sample?

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