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There are more than enough of Soldier 8 colorways to choose from. Nike released a couple of interesting styles… especially the ones themed in dark colors paired with vibrant hues like Bright Mango, Dusty Cactus and the presented Dunkman-esque colorway. The “Volt” Zoom Soldier VIII features a Magnet Grey upper, which based on these pics looks a lot like the original Gun Metal Grey that many LeBron fans wish to return someday. I don’t expect anybody to loose it over a Soldier, however, I really like what Nike is doing with the secondary, and at times primary, LeBron James’ signature series. Check out the detailed photos below.
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There are at least seven different colorways of the Nike LeBron 12 coming out this year. The list includes the previously leaked NSRL, Dunk Force, Instinct, Data, Lion Heart, and Six Meridians as well as a brand new Trillion Dollar Man make up. Check out the whole list with pics and dates below. Nike Basketball will keep us busy… that’s for sure. The first to drop is the NRSL on October 1st followed by the Heart of a Lion on October 30th.Read the rest of this entry »
From Day 1, LeBron James announced his presence in the league with a thunderous cupped dunk that had people in awe, and thus the legend of the Dunkman was born. This weekend, Nike Basketball brings the popular Dunkman series to the LeBron 11 Low silhouette. Low cut and sleek, the LeBron 11 Low represents an evolution of King James’ signature shoe, with a full-length Max Air bag for optimum cushioning and flexibility. Volt accents on the upper, including laces, Max Air unit, outsole and splatter graphic add pop to the Medium Khaki/Medium Olive palette. You can pick up a pair starting this Friday, May 30th at Foot Locker and other Nike Basketball retailers for $170.Read the rest of this entry »
LeBron James’ signature Dunkman pose makes a comeback with the Nike LeBron XI Low next month. The Men’s version of the LeBron 11 Low uses the LeBron 9 outsole, but the Kids’ version still uses the LeBron 8 V/2 outsole. Other than that the Grade School edition is pretty much the same as adult’s… even in the presented Dunkman colorway.Read the rest of this entry »
I’m not a huge fan of LeBron James’ low-tops mainly because they’re pretty much the same every year. I miss the good old days when the Zoom LeBron II Low was just as good as the Mid. Same rule applies to the LeBron 8 V/2 Low… in both cases we got a truly low-top edition in the classic meaning of this term, which is to “cut-off” the ankle area and leave the rest as it was. Nowadays it’s just a new upper, which kind of looks like it was inspired by the Mids, and the same old 360 Air Max tooling below. The Dunkman theme hasn’t had much luck either as of late. Instead of using the classic “Mean Green” they’ve been using what I call a “weird green” instead. Despite all that the presented Dunkman LeBron XI Low might be a winner. It’s not your instant classic, it won’t sell out either, but it’s a solid B+ for effort. Check out this Promo Sample pair, which recently popped up on eBay. The General Release pair, which drops in two months, is nearly identical.Read the rest of this entry »
The Dunkman theme has become mediocre based on the past releases. It used to be the most amazing thing as far as LeBron James’ signature collection goes. Now it’s just blah. The last decent version worthy of the Dunkman legacy was the LeBron VII. However, if we expand from General Release to Player Exclusive styles… things are slightly for the better. The presented Dunkman LeBron 9 Elite was never released to public, but it sports a very interesting look. It’s very bright, but the Black Carbon Fiber panels add more balance to the shoe… something that was missing from the Volt Dunkman LeBron X. It helps that the Dunkman logos are in the right place too. Not hidden inside like in the LeBron 11 Dunkman, but sitting atop the throne. It’s never easy to find decent pics of rare PEs, but here’s nice set of pics. Check out the complete Dunkman collection and its next member that’s about to release this summer.
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Last year, LeBron James did the semi-official unveiling of the low-top 10’s during the NBA All-Star Weekend… long before the shoes were available for purchase. It may be a new tradition because yesterday he broke out the Nike LeBron XI Low for the very first time. James was spotted wearing the Dunkman LeBron 11 Low in practice and later during a visit at a local House of Hoops store in New Orleans. This exact version has been already leaked back in December and it is one of the upcoming styles. I hate Nike for using the same Air Max tooling, once again, but that was still the most interesting thing I saw last night anyway.Read the rest of this entry »
For the first Nike LeBron release in 2014 we take a break from the LEBRON 11 and turn our attention towards the third instalment of the Nike Air LeBron Slide. Similar to last year, Nike prepared an Elite version of the new LeBron James’ flip flops, which means it will cost you $75. So far we haven’t seen a non-Elite pair. The colorway is very impressive. For the launch version Nike used the Dunkman theme… the original version. It means it’s not the controversial Mica Green used for the 11’s, but the classic Electric Green. Additionally, there’s the modern Dunkman logo used on the heel. Is it enough to get your attention?Read the rest of this entry »