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Back in August LeBron James asked a very important question… is it “retro time people?” when posting a photo of himself wearing the Air Zoom Generation “First Game”. Last night, he shared a pretty wild 1-of-1 version of the Zoom LeBron II with animal prints and tonight he’s back at it again. Following another game in New York he posted the Nike Zoom LeBron III, he’s going in the right order, in an unseen Black and White colorway with Glow in the Dark elements. Again, the shoes sport the new LeBron James’ signature logo, which means it’s a relatively new design. Is 2014 the year that we’re going to see the first Nike LeBron retro shoes? Would you like for the Swoosh to go in the original order, one shoe per year, or something similar to what they did with the Kobe Prelude pack?
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Following the Miami Heat’s loss to the New York Knicks, King James took it once again to Instagram to give us a look at his post-game swag. He wore a previously unseen 1-of-1 version of the Nike Zoom LeBron II featuring a mix of Leopard and Zebra furs and prints on the upper. It’s definitely a new creation because it features the new LeBron James’ L-crown-J signature logo. LeBron has already teased us with the idea of retro releases with exclusive Air Zoom Generation looks so are we ready to see the LEBRON 2 back in stores? It’s a 1-of-1, but would you consider wearing the presented Beast LeBron II’s?
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Air Max based running and training shoes are LeBron James’ common choice for off-court casual wear. The presented Nike Air Max 2011 in the USA Basketball colorway was used by King James during the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Apart from the classic white, navy and red make up, the shoes sport the new LBJ signature logo on the back of the shoe.Read the rest of this entry »
Chances are you have already acknowledged and got used to the new LeBron James logo, which was introduced by Nike shortly after he had changed his jersey number as well as his home address. Nike needed to update the well known LBJ23 logo and came up with this new L-crown-J concept. Aparently, LeBron wanted something simple, bold, which also retained the iconic crown look from his previous identity. What you see below is a different Nike LeBron logo that was actually conceived before King James signed his first deal with Nike. In the end both Nike and LeBron went with the LBJ23 version. How do you feel about the LeBron James logo evolution? Can you imagine the new logo replacing the Nike Swoosh similar to what Nike did with Jordan back in the day? Enjoy your New Year’s special and leave your comments below. Big thanks to my good friend Zach!Read the rest of this entry »
It doesn’t mean the new Nike LeBron logo is taking over the Swoosh, but new Nike Basketball Elite socks featuring LeBron James’ L-crown-J Nike logo are avialable for purchase at eastbay.com. Fortunately, these are not only White/Red and Black/Red styles, but also new colorways matching the latest Nike LeBron X’s – Blue Diamond and Dunkman. Do like getting matching socks for your signature sneakers? Who’s copping?Read the rest of this entry »
Last year we profiled one of LeBron James’ customized Nike Air Max 2011 sneakers. Back then it was kind of a big deal with the new L-crown-J logo placed on the back of the shoe. King James surely loves his Air Max based running shoes including this year’s model as he’s recently tweeted “Love AirMax 2012’s”. Here’s a look at one of his Player Exclusives. Again, it’s the 2011 version in all red with his signature logo on the heel. Apparently it’s inspired by Miami.Read the rest of this entry »
The folks over at Nike Sportswear created a special pair of its heritage classic Nike Air Max 90 for one of its marquee athletes LeBron James. Adopting the menacing Dunkman colorway that has been a Nike LeBron tradition since the Zoom LeBron II, this Nike Air Max 90 “Dunkman” PE features all of the usual suspects of the Dunkman theme, complete with the Grey/Neon Green colorway, Dunkman logos (laid on top of a reflective heel badge), and the new L-crown-J logo on the insole, which features the graphic print that has been a recent design option on Nike iD for the Air Max 90. Check out the extra shots below and let us know what you think of this PE.Read the rest of this entry »
Internet is buzzing right now, cause somebody posted new Nike LeBron 9 teasers. Yep, those damn teasers strike again. Actually, since we already saw the outsole, there’s not much to get excited with this time. Quick remainder… the Nike LeBron 9 features a Hyperfuse construction upper with Flywire and carbon fiber support. The interior collar takes padding for LeBron to the next level, introducing Nike Pro Combat lining to a basketball shoe. The heel sports LeBron James’ new “L-Crown-J” logo. Underfoot, a Max Air 180 unit is coupled with forefoot Zoom Air. LeBron’s new graphic badging is also embossed into the exposed Phylon foam at the heel, and the outsole traction pattern is created from integrated chains of the number 6. Hopefully, some real photos will follow soon. We’ll keep you posted, as always.
UPDATE (7/2): New teasers added.