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Overshadowed by the launch of the Cork X’s, the new Dunkman colorway is due in less than two hours. It’s a decent shoe. However, I’ve been saying for weeks that the Nike LeBron X really needs that Diamond cut swoosh to reach its full potential. Something that’s been reserved only for the Nike+ models, which haven’t dropped in months, and for LeBron James’ PEs. Nike has already confirmed there are no more Nike+ models coming, but seems like a Dunkman X+ was in the making. Eastbay has listed a sample version of the Volt/Wolf Grey-Pure Platinum colorway, which proudly sports the 3D Nike Swoosh and what a difference does that make?! Check out the comparison below and let us know which one do you prefer? Sample or GR?
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Nike is known for their attachment to Volt / Neon / Electric / Mean Green colors. Last year, it was impossible not to notice the neon yellow-green Nike Flyknit Trainers that so many Olympic athletes were wearing for London 2012. This year, the trend continues with many Nike shoes, which includes running, tennis and of course basketball. Tomorrow is the official release date for the second Dunkman colorway of the Nike LeBron X joining the Seaweed & Hasta implementation. For the second year in a row Nike uses a 2-pack in order to complete the Dunkman story. Both Dunkman X’s share the same Atomic Dunkman logo on the medial side of the shoe. Continue reading for a complete galley and check out the updated releases page.Read the rest of this entry »
For some reason, with only four days left until the release, it’s still very difficult to find photos of the upcoming Volt Dunkman edition of the Nike LeBron X. We did get a great preview during the Slum Dunk Contest when Eric Bledsoe laced up a pair. Here are a couple of new pics. This new “Dunkman” style is more vivacious than the ones before thanks to the heavy use of the Volt colorway.Read the rest of this entry »
There were times when even it was considered proper dress code to have your All-Star kicks matching the outfits… in some way. They were always flashy, of course, but nowadays it’s more about who will be still visible when the lights go out. The first two days of the 2013 NBA All-Star Weekend in Houston have showed us that the more radioactive the shoes get the better. Eric Bledsoe is living up to his “Mini-LeBron” alias as he introduced the upcoming Volt Dunkman X’s in the Dunk Contest last night. Wearing a DUNKMAN shoe in the Dunk Contest seems like a great idea, don’t you think? I only wish it was King James wearing them. Unfortunately, he’s just teasing us.Read the rest of this entry »
Both of these shoes were already profiled, but today we get a slightly a better look at some LeBron James trainers. Especially the Dunkman make up. Check out two colorways of LBJ’s personalized Nike Air Trainer 1.3 Max sneakers. The Dunkman colorway features the old-school Dunkman logo on the back of the shoe. On the other hand, the Miami Heat version features the latest L-crown-J logo. These are not meant to be released to public, but would you cop if they did?Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re not entirely happy with the first version of the Dunkman X chances are you will get to enjoy these instead. According to the ongoing poll and your recent comments, Nike has not hit the sweet spot with the choice of Hasta theme for the staple Dunkman style. The presented Volt edition of the Dunkman X might turn things around. Initially it was slated to drop this week, but Nike decided to drop the Yellow Diamond instead, so we get to wait a little longer to lace up the Volt X’s. For now check out the new photos enhancing the experience of a single medial shot that’s been floating around the Internet for over a month. Your comments and opinions are always welcome.Read the rest of this entry »
Take a detailed look at the Nike LeBron X Dunkman… also known as Green Diamond. This version of the LeBron X features the “Dunkman” logo, which according to Nike pays homage to legendary Nike athletes Michael Jordan (Jumpman) and Ken Griffey, Jr. (Swingman). It was certainly the case last season when Nike released a Dunkman two-pack consisting of Dunkman and Griffey LeBron 9′s. The current version possesses the new Atomic Dunkman logo. The Nike LeBron X Dunkman sports a Dark Green upper featuring a couple of different shades with neon green accents throughout. Continue reading for more photos and be sure to check out the updated Dunkman collection page. Big thanks to ataf.pl for the hook up!Read the rest of this entry »
The upcoming months seem to be very well described regarding the future Nike LeBron releases. This month, we’re looking forward to Lava (December 8th), Christmas (December 25th), Prism (December 30th), followed by the presented Volt (January) and Canary (February) styles in 2013. Obviously we also expect a couple of energy drops along the way, like for example the anticipated Corks, but the latest rumor says these will be pushed back a couple of weeks. How do you like the new Volt colorway? Photos via aaronknows.
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