Wearing low tops has become trendy recently. Nike is trying convince players than low cut sneakers can offer protection too. There is some truth in that theory, but there’s also a lot of marketing behind it. Anyway, LeBron’s lows have usually been received as casual shoes, but those who have tried them on court should know they can handle basketball too… especially the legendary Zoom LeBron II. However, the latest installment – Zoom LeBron VI Low – is not too shabby either as it is very light and offers double stacked Zoom Air units. Mo Williams, who suffered a shoulder injury in January, has been wearing the ZLVI Low since his return. Shoulders have nothing to do with ankles, but seems like Mo is doing pretty good. I had to double check when I first saw him back. After all it’s been almost a year since they dropped.
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