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Here’s where our unique Timeline section comes in handy! Our friends at Complex put together a special article showcasing every single Nike LeBron shoe worn by King James in the NBA. The days when Michael Jordan used to wear just three or four colorways over the course of a season are long gone – LeBron uses three or four MODELS over the course of a season, and three or four colorways during a single playoff series. Sorting out each and every pair of signature shoes he’s worn over the course of his career, from the Air Zoom Generation to the LeBron X Elite, was a monumental task, but one well worth taking on. Some pairs were worn for just a single game, others for a single half, but all have significance in a career that becomes more legendary by the day. Check out The Complete History of Nike LeBron Sneakers Worn By King James using the link below or browse through the LeBron James’ Shoe Timeline for each season.Read the rest of this entry »
We will post detailed photos presenting the Dunkman ZS3 in a few hours, but here are some other shots from Nike’s TPE 6453 event in Taiwan. There are several Zoom LeBron 6 Low and Zoom Soldier 3 colorways including amazing Dunkman (3M upper) and Aqua styles (wow!). TPE 6453 is a gallery to display latest technology and the lifestyle from Nike. The best place to catch up the ideas behind the product, and the spirit from the brand. With the orginality from Cortez and advance technology embbed Cortez Flymotion, the TPE 6453 demostrate the effort of shoes manufacture improvement from Nike. Friends who visit TPE 6453 might ask what is on the 2nd floor? Other than the concept gallery in the first floor, TPE 6453 host a concept showroom – ROOM 72. ROOM 72 is a lounge area designed for celebrities, influencers all over the world. It is shortly opened in the night of grand opening night. After then, you have to be invited to access the Room 72. KENLU.net was invited and has pictures for us. Read the rest of this entry or visit the source at kenlu.net.Read the rest of this entry »
After updating the top menu last week, many have wondered what the new item – ‘Sneakers Dictionary‘ – is. It’s high time to deliver an answer. This new section features all Nike Zoom LeBron shoes categorized by model. It provides pictures oriented shoe listings (one-shoe-one-photo), galleries (self-explanatory) and showcases (general releases presented via variety of angles and close-ups). Basically it’s the same as the albums we’ve been using so far. However, the old approach is hard to organize and customize that’s why we’re stepping up to meet readers’ expectations. The new pages are located directly here on NikeLeBron.net and should save some loading time, which can be still high due to the large volume of photos. The menus on the left sidebar are still linked to the old albums and your preferences will be highly appreciated in order to choose the best method. All in all NLB.net has always been about the fans and their comfort to browse this website. To express your opinion use the comment box below and help to decide if we’re heading in the right direction. Also, please let us know if there are any bugs and errors. Thanks!
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During the recently completed 2007 NBA Playoffs we provided a follow-up of LeBron James’ game shoes. As you may already know in all out of his 20 post-season games The King wore the Zoom LeBron Soldier – his latest signature sneakers – on all occasions. Throughout the Playoffs LeBron used 2 versions of white colorway and 2 versions of the navy one. Below, there’s a set of in-games photos presenting the Soldiers, that we were able to gather around.
|Round 2: Game 5||Finals: Game 3||Finals: Game 3||Finals: Game 4|
|Round 1: Game 3||Round 1: Game 4||Finals: Game 1||Finals: Game 1|
|Finals: Game 1||Finals: Game 2||Finals: Game 2||Finals: Game 3|
|Source: gettyimages | From Nike Zoom LeB…|
Ever since the introduction of LeBron James’ Playoffs series his shoes were titled as P.S., which stands for Post Season. The first two – LeBron VII P.S. and LeBron 8 P.S. – were slightly cheaper than their regular season counterparts. Two years ago Nike added the Elite tag, which added premium materials, but also boosted the prices… a lot! Now with the LeBron 11, Nike Basketball drops the P.S. label and the new LeBron James Playoffs shoes are simply titled as LEBRON XI Elite. Below, there are a couple of new images showing the retail version of the new Elites, which includes a new White drawer box with multi-colored front. Which version of the new LeBron 11 Elite is your favorite thus far?Read the rest of this entry »
The Nike LeBron XI in the “Summit Lake Hornets” colorway pays homage to the AAU basketball team where LeBron James honed his basketball skills on his way up through the youth ranks. While LBJ is gone from Ohio, there’s no shortage of LeBron sneakers that still connect with his home turf. The Hornets LeBron 11 takes the theme quite literally with a blue and purple beehive-like hexagonal print across the upper. The most nostable detail as far as the theme is concerned is the honeycomb overlay that falls between the cracks of the Hyperposite pieces. The shoes drop tomorrow at major Nike Basketball retailers including Footaction, Champs, Footlocker and Nike.com. Continue reading for more pics or browse the Nike LeBron 11 gallery where there’s a lot more quality shots. Who’s buying?Read the rest of this entry »
Last year, Nike created the Superhero pack for their marquee athletes – Kobe, KD, and LeBron – which resulted in special colorways of their signature sneakers. Turns out we can expect a similar move for this year’s Elite series. This solves the mystery of the special logo on the tongue of the Crimson / Teal colorway of the Nike LeBron 11 Elite. Durant’s Nike KD VI Elite features a very similar emblem. However, there are no Elite variants for Kids, therefore the same Crimson and Teal make up has been applied onto the Grade School version of the regular LeBron XI as seen below. It’s probably the right thing to do because imagine Kids paying $200-ish for a pair of basketball shoes. That wouldn’t be right.Read the rest of this entry »