LeBron James has already used 6 different colorways of the Nike LeBron X PS Elite in 10 games they’ve played thus far. All of them were Player Exclusive styles! Same thing happened last year when he debuted the Home and Away LeBron 9 Elites very late in the Playoffs. As a result the White and Gold edition became the Finals edition. This probably means we can expect the White and Gold LeBron X Elites on court once / if the Miami Heat make it to the NBA Finals again. However, there’s a major difference this year. The Post Season version is available on Nike iD! So, for example, if you really like James’ White and Black Speckle PE from Game 1, head over to nikeid.com and design it yourself. The end result is almost identical. The LeBron X PS Elite iD doesn’t allow to separate the color of the Nike Swoosh on the back (white) and on the toebox (black). Continue reading for a detailed look and comparison pictures.