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LeBron James has already debuted the Nike LeBron XI Low on court, but the official launch is next month, which is when we get to try them out. Joining confirmed releases of the Dunkman and Easter colorways are two new styles in Black / Blue and Grey / Red. Just like most of the previous LeBron low-tops, the LeBron 11 Low features the 360 Max Air cushioning setup and works with a full Hyperfuse upper. The new pairs confirm the sole design, which is a copy and paste solution borrowed from the LeBron 8 V/2.Read the rest of this entry »
There are probably more pairs of the Nike Zoom Soldier VII that you can think of. Twelve signature colorways have already been released, but with all the Team Bank styles laying around the total number is well over twenty. Right now there are 25 different SOLDIER 7 shoes available at eastbay.com. That’s a lot! If that’s still not enough for you can always NIKEiD a pair too. Here’s a look at one of the Team styles in University Blue and Silver. It’s one of the more interesting looks I’ve found in the SOLDIER VII TB group. Other colorways, both signature and team, are awaiting your inspection in the gallery.
|599263-402 University Blue/Metallic Silver-Matte Silver|
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If you look closely at the release schedule for the Nike Zoom Soldier VII, you’ll notice that by the end of this month we’ll have eleven different colorways available for purchase. Crazy thing is this doesn’t include any of the Team Bank styles or the $135 pack as I like to call it. There are eight different Soldier VII TB colorways listed at nikestore.com and if you check out Eastbay there’s a total of 17 styles that are ready to be copped. Instead of looking at catalog images, take a closer look at four selected styles from the Team Bank pack including… Gym Red, Brilliant Orange, Gorge Green and Game Royal colorways. Let us know if you prefer the signature colorways or Team Banks for your on court needs.Read the rest of this entry »
Everything was seemed to be in order with the Raspberry colorway of the LeBron X Low that was about to conclude both the summer and the whole LEBRON 10 line. Things took an unexpected turn because there’s at least one more low-top coming out and it’s has just popped up at Nike Basketball retailers in Asia. Nike has already released ten different colorways, same as last year, however, they are about to deliver the final blow and seems like it was kept under wraps for as long as possible. This latest Air Max LeBron X Low style features a toned back “Tarp Green” upper combined with several eye-catching colors… Blue laces, Swoosh and outsole… Green bottom, inner lining… and a multicolored midsole. It’s a very creative design, there are a lot of graphics and patterns used throughout the shoe so hopefully we will learn the inspiration behind these soon enough. Stay tuned for updates.
|579765-301 Tarp Green/Neo Turq-Psn Green|
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There’s probably a better name to describe this newly released group of SOLDIER VII colorways, like for example the Hero Pack, but the main thing that sticks out to me is the upgraded retail price. Apart from the usual Team Bank options, Nike Basketball has recently released a set of 5 colorways featuring a dark Black/Grey upper with Orange, Red, Blue, Green, or Grey details. All five Soldier 7′s feature a similar unique pattern on the midfoot strap and a translucent outsole. Select styles have been previously spotted at Finishline and Champs, but the whole set is currently available at eastbay.com. The generic Zoom Soldier VII retails at $125, which is a $5 upgrade compare to the last year’s model, but you need to add an additional $10 to get one of these. Which one is your favorite style?Read the rest of this entry »
Last year, Nike introduced the infamous Galaxy theme followed up by the Extraterrestrials this season for the NBA All-Star Weekend. It was a very influential moment for the sneaker industry. Seems like they’re going to use that for the future releases including this new Nike Zoom Soldier VII. Additionally, the shoes feature a very popular Blue and Orange make up, which was usually associated with the Cavs’ Hardwood Classic or the New York Knicks. The Galaxy Soldier VII is already available in China (style code is 599264-403). Stay tuned for updates on a possible U.S. drop.Read the rest of this entry »
The Nike LeBron X Lifestyle NRG will finally release stateside in a two-pack this weekend! The LeBron Lifestyle is stripped away of its performance-oriented materials in favor of more casual, luxurious ones. What may stand out the most to sneakerheads is the introduction of the vulcanized sole in the LeBron signature line. Next, genuine leather makes up the tongue, inner lining, and upper where laser cut vents are included to reflect the mesh panels on the original X. An embossed “Lion 6 logo” is stitched on to the tongue. Finally, the LeBron X Lifestyle also features a translucent outsole rarely seen on a vulcanized shoe. The Nike LeBron X NSW Lifestyle NRG Pack drops this today at major Nike Sportswear retailers including House of Hoops locations for $130 apiece.
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Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors has appeared more than once in our Wearing Brons segment due to his persistence in wearing the Nike LeBron X iD. He’s recently shared his locker room collection that contains 3 out of 4 colorways used in this year’s Playoffs. The whole collection consists of two mainly colored game royal LeBron X iDs – blue upper & yellow tongue/outsole (#1), blue upper & white tongue/outsole (#2) – one loud yellow upper with hits of blue (#3) and one clean white with blue logos (#4). Apparently, the last version is Draymond’s personal favorite “I have a white pair with yellow and blue hints, and I usually wear it in our Home games,” said Green. “That’s my favorite pair of the four because the white base makes the Lebron X look really, really clean.” All of his LeBron X iDs were created by the Warriors’ equipment manager Eric Housen. Continue reading for an overview of the whole LeBron X iD GSW pack.Read the rest of this entry »