This New LeBron 12 GS Adds New Posite Pattern More Mature Than Men’s »

Feb 4, 2015 at 12:14 pm | lebron-xiishoes

Nike started 2015 with three Nike LeBron XII releases… all of which incorporated some sort of a graphic pattern on the Hyperposite overlays. We all do love patters, I’m sure of that, but again… getting that toned back look is harder than ever. The newest colorway of the Grade School version, presented below, also adds a new graphic overlay, but it’s not as loud as for example the Chromosomes look. It appears as if it was a new texture more than a graphic pattern. This plus a decent Red and Blue colorway called “Supes”, and some Volt details which you probably hate or love, kind of make me wish for a similar Men’s counterpart. What’s your solution when in need for a toned back look on the LeBron 12? Even the Data colorway is not as laid back as it would initially seem. Is Nike iD the only way here?

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