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In just a couple of moments, Nike unveils the LEBRON 12 Cereal, the third of a three-shoe Nike Snack Attack Pack designed exclusively for kids. The seven-color LEBRON 12 Cereal is inspired by the favorite snacks of LeBron James when he was a kid… the Fruity Pebbles. This means a comeback of the infamous design that graced the Zoom LeBron IV silhouette back in the day, but this time it’s for kids only. I’m pretty sure that adult sneakerheads wouldn’t mind rocking these too. The sneaker is even more colorful than before that established the theme and a little more abstract compared to with the LeBron 4 “Fruity Pebbles” PE that had clearly depicted the breakfast cereal. After several push-backs the “Cereal” LeBron 12 GS arrives tomorrow at 10am EDT along with the “What If” Men’s version that was released globally this past weekend.

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Mar 18, 2015 at 9:50 am | launch datelebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

Nike Basketball is about to release a three-shoe Nike Snack Attack Pack designed exclusively for young athletes that will roll out over the coming weeks. The inspiration is based on the favorite snacks of Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant and LeBron James when they were kids. All of their signature shoes will be released in special cereal make ups. For LeBron James it obviously means the comeback of the “Fruity Pebbles”, which initiated with the Zoom LeBron IV for one of the most legendary creations in Nike’s history. Last season, Nike released a “Fruity Pebbles” colorway of the LeBron 11 GS, which incorporated the colorful outsole, but this time the graphic cereal print dominates the design for the “Fruity Pebbles” LeBron 12 GS. The launch is planned for March 11th. The retail price is $160.

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Mar 2, 2015 at 3:37 pm | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

The Fruity Pebbles edition of the Zoom LeBron IV is one of the most memorable LeBrons ever. The colorway is legendary and the shoe itself was a absolute breakthrough in terms of design, performance and style. No wonder you get a G.O.A.T. experience when you combine the two. And yes… King James wore these in an actual NBA game… good times! To this day it’s one of the most sought after items and every Nike LeBron collector dreams about getting a pair. Myself included. And it’s not like your Dunkmans and SVSM’s when you get a new version each year. Apart from the Kids’ version of the LeBron 11, which sort of re-visits the Fruity Pebbles story, Nike has never made another cereal inspired shoe for LeBron James. Sometimes you just don’t need a sequel. It was already perfect the first time. Shout out to Nat Dodman Photography for sharing his amazing pics. Special shoes need equally special photos!

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Feb 27, 2014 at 1:27 pm | lebron-ivnike-lebron-shoes

Similar to the T-Rex pair, Nike releases a new version of the Nike LeBron XI in Grade School, Pre School, Toddler and Infant sizes without a Men’s counterpart. This new young athlete exclusive LEBRON 11 Laser Crimson collection draws inspiration from King James’ favorite fruit-flavored cereal… Fruity Pebbles. The eye-popping Laser Crimson upper, Total Orange laces and Pink Flash liner carry the zesty theme throughout the shoe with the multi-colored outsole topping it off. The shoes are available now at nikestore.com.

621712-600 Laser Crimson/White-Pink Foil-Total Orange
From Nike LeBron X…
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Feb 13, 2014 at 1:49 pm | launch datelebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

Just in time for the NBA All-Star festivities, Nike Basketball cooked up a busy schedule of new Nike LeBron releases. Joining the Gator King LeBron 11’s is the presented Laser Pink colorway designed for young athletes. This special Nike LeBron XI GS draws inspiration from King James’ favorite fruit-flavored cereal… Fruity Pebbles. The shoes will be available in 4 categories… Infant, Toddler, Pre-school and Grade-school. The official release is scheduled for February 13th. A detailed look awaits you after the jump.

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Feb 8, 2014 at 6:18 am | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

Nike Basketball continues to hook up young LeBron fans with special gems like the presented below “Fruity Pebbles” colorway of the Nike LeBron XI. So far it’s only the Grade School version with the Men’s counterpart yet to be seen. However, most of the previous releases, which surfaced in Kids’ sizes first, ended up in Men’s too. Would you like to see these hit stores as the adult version? Stay tuned for more updates.

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Dec 10, 2013 at 2:39 pm | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

So far, all of Grade School colorways of the Nike LeBron XI have their counterpart in the Men’s version. Even the T-Rex edition. This raises the question if the presented Fruity Pebbles concept will be available for the big boys and girls. The new LeBron 11 sneaker, pictured below, features a bright red upper complemented with white Swoosh logos. The most interesting part is of course the colorful outsole design reminiscent of the Fruity Pebbles LEBRON IV’s. Keep checking back to find out whether we’re looking at a GS exclusive or not.

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Nov 26, 2013 at 6:54 pm | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

When the Fruity Pebbles IV’s were introduced at the New York Pop-up Exhibition people went absolutely crazy. The Nike Zoom LeBron IV was a ground breaking shoe on its own. Both NYC’s and the Family Size edition just added to that fire. Back then the “regular” edition was shown… with filled color pods on the sole (click here for more pics). However, when LeBron James decided to rock these in an NBA game, which happened one time only on 12/01/06, he wore an alternate version of the shoe. Notice the sole (first photo)… the pods on the sole are white inside and there’s only a translucent trim on the edges. Also, there seems to be less pebbles on the midsole. Both Fruity Pebbles ZLIVs – regular and alternate – are pictured after the jump.

Source: Nike.tw | From Nike Zoom LeB…
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Jul 11, 2009 at 1:30 am | lebron-ivnike-lebron-shoes

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