Sneakergate: King James’ Carbon Fiber Zoom LeBron IV Insoles »

Nov 7, 2013 at 5:16 pm | lebron-ivshoes

I already mentioned about LeBron’s struggles with the LeBron 11 a number of times. Chris at kicksoncourt.com also tried to explain what it means for regular users… basically there’s no need to worry. For those that are unaware, signature athletes today get their shoes custom made to fit their exact foot shape… with the emphasis on their exact foot shape. The company will make a custom last (foot mold) off of the athlete’s foot and that is what they use to build their PE’s from. Not only that but certain athletes – like LeBron – have other alterations made to their shoes so they perform to their exact specifications. Here’s an example showing his customized LeBron IV insoles that include an additional Carbon Fiber plate. Modifying the Lunarlon + Zoom Air cushioning setup of the Nike LeBron XI could be one way to fix the toebox problem for King James. Either that or he needs to break in more pairs instead of wearing a fresh pair every game like he’s probably used to. That just doesn’t work out too well with Foamposite. Stay tuned for updates. Hopefully this will be over soon.

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