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Missed out on the Nike LeBron 12 launch event in Nike World Headquarters? Here are some video highlights from the event featuring LeBron James, host Kristen Ledlow, Nike Brand President Trevor Edwards, Nike Sports Research Lab Senior Director Matt Nurse and Cushioning Innovation Director Taryn Hensley.

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Sep 18, 2014 at 10:01 am | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

LeBron James seems to be having a classic love and hate relationship with the Nike LeBron XI. Early on he couldn’t adapt to the new fit and now along with the debut of the Elite series we finally get some concrete info on what was wrong. Charles Williams has given a series of interviews during the LeBron 11 Elite launch and this article posted at offers the best insight into the issue. Williams, who is Senior Product Director for Nike Basketball, explained exactly what the issues were that James was experiencing. Continued reading for more details…

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May 3, 2014 at 11:42 am | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

Quickstrike’s DJ Clark Kent and Russ Bengtson, SNKRBST editor-in-chief Jay Corbin, Crooked Tongues writer Gary Warnett, Ronnie Fieg of Kith, Sole Collector editor-in-chief Nick DePaula, Four-Pins editor-in-chief Lawrence Schlossman and Complex director of content strategy Joe La Puma all gathered to debate the best kicks of 2013. For years ago, the LEBRON VII was voted as the number one. Last year, the LEBRON X was selected in third place. For 2013, the new LEBRON XI gets the crown once again. It’s fitting that the best sneaker of the year was made for best basketball player in the game today. For this occasion check out a couple of unseen LeBron 11 design sketches and concepts.

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Jan 1, 2014 at 9:18 am | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

King James is inching closer to his second NBA ring, and after his win against the Pacers, now is a better time than ever for Nike Basketball and Nike Sportswear to come together and give us some LeBron retros. James has had a number of dope sneakers we’d like to see retro, but it seems appropriate to begin with the one that started it all. The Nike Air Zoom Generation released 10 years ago when King James first took his talents from Akron down the road a bit to Cleveland. South Beach has proven to be more lucrative for James, but don’t worry Cleveland fans, we’ve got some colorways you’ll appreciate here too. With that said, check out 10 Colorways of LeBron’s Air Zoom Generation that are worth Retro’ing at Complex. Continue reading for more info.

news air zoom generation retro title Complex // 10 Colorways of LBJs Nike Air Zoom Generation Worth Retroing
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Jun 5, 2013 at 7:55 am | lebron-azgnike-lebron-shoes

The Nike LeBron X P.S. Elite is about to join the LeBron 9 and LeBron X (regular models) as the third LeBron James signature shoe to be included into the Nike iD platform. Similar to the regular version, the LeBron X PS Elite will be offered in three versions – regular, Nike Plus Enabled and Sport Pack. If you already plan to design multiple pairs you need to check your bank account first, because it will cost you $300, $320 or even $390 to order one pair depending on the Nike+ options you choose. Designers can customize just about every element of the shoe including the standard components like the upper, underlay, Flywire, Swoosh, laces, lining, midsole, and outsole. Additionally, speckles can be added to the carbon fiber support wings. The Nike LeBron X P.S. Elite iD will be available on April 23rd, 2013, but you can already preview the options at Continue reading for a couple of examples.

nike lebron 10 ps elite id options preview 0 01 NIKE LEBRON X PS ELITE Coming to Nike iD on April 23rd
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Apr 18, 2013 at 1:38 pm | lebron-xnike-lebron-shoes

Nike Basketball’s releases over the past 20 years represent the definition and redefinition of the hoops shoe. A 20-year work-in-progress. In 2003, the Nike Zoom Generation was born. The Nike Zoom Generation had to deliver. It represented the start of a relationship with a young phenomenon named LeBron James. The Nike Zoom Generation’s lead designer, Aaron Cooper, was one of the first Nike employees to be in contact with LeBron. After being shown some of Cooper’s earlier works, LeBron was asked what he was looking for beyond the looks. Without missing a beat James responded, “Comfort.”

nike air zoom generation xx 20 years of design 1 05 20 Designs that Changed the Game: Nike Air Zoom Generation
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Nov 8, 2012 at 10:21 am | lebron-azgnike-lebron-shoes

You probably have already designed numerous colorways of the LeBron X on Nike iD, but still waiting to pull the trigger. Well, that’s me too. The options are overwhelming at times so it’s really difficult to make a decision. Especially since it costs from $220 up to $400+ (Sport Pack in Europe!) to order a pair. Fortunately, new images of the sample colorways have surfaced the Internet to help you make up your mind. Again, it’s the basic non-Nike+ version, but compared to the regular $180 Nike LeBron X, the standard LBJ10 iD comes with a flat plastic Swoosh instead of a printed design. Check out two new colorways after the break.

nike lebron 10 id sample teal 1 06 Two LeBron X iD Samples: White/Teal/Pink & USA Alternate
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Oct 12, 2012 at 2:35 am | lebron-xnike-lebron-shoes

Yesterday’s launch of the Nike LeBron X iD allows you to make a design that will be yours and yours forever, but here we have a first look at some actual completed samples. A tonal-red version, a spin on “South Beach”, and perhaps a mix of Miami Hurricanes and “Cannon” is displayed here, so gives these samples a review and head to now to get yours.

nike lebron 10 id sample 1 01 A Couple of Nike LeBron X iD Samples with Flat Swoosh
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Oct 10, 2012 at 2:04 pm | lebron-xnike-lebron-shoes

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