With no new LeBron X mid styles scheduled to be released as of now (aside from Pure Platinums probably in May), it’s time to welcome the low-top edition. Similar to last year we start things off with the Easter colorway. Unlike the Mid version, the Nike Air Max LeBron X Low features the basketball specific 360 Air Max unit instead of the fancy Zoom Max cushioning. Actually, the whole midsole is “copied” from the Nike LeBron 9 Low. So, the big question is… are you willing to spend $165, which is $15 more basically for the new upper… or are you going to wait for them to drop in price?