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There are quite a lot of LeBron 12 iD floating around, but one of my personal favorites came from Demarre Carroll of the Atlanta Hawks. Demarre’s design shows off the Hawks’ native blue and red colors on the upper and uses a rare red bottom option below. Black swoosh logo on the side and white speckles complete the look. How do you feel about the presented Atlanta Hawks LeBron 12 iD?

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Dec 8, 2014 at 11:15 am | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

LeBron James broke out two predominantly Navy pairs of the LeBron 12 in the season opener. Both of them were conceivable thanks to Nike iD, however, some simplifications had to be involved. Apart from the lack of ability to add the Swoosh border, the main issue was Blue megafuse upper instead of Navy like on LeBron’s pair. Despite all the adversity some fans decided to pull the trigger. Here’s the final product. Personally, I like the outcome very much. Photos courtesy of ANVIL via NikeTalk.

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Dec 6, 2014 at 2:39 pm | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

The NIKEiD LeBron 12 has been available for quite some time and with the shorter build times fans already got their pairs. There are a lot of Cavs-inspired looks out there, both Hardwood Classic and classic Wine and Gold, but since we’re missing the staple Black, White and Red colorway this year here’s one option to consider. My buddy @jr_lyon apporached the LeBron 12 iD in the classic way and created a Black, White and Red version, which is actually inspired by the elusive “Playoff” Air Zoom Generation PE. Check out the pics below and let us know if you’d consider buying a pair if there were released by Nike as a GR.

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Nov 26, 2014 at 12:59 pm | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

Before LeBron James announced his departure from Miami to Cleveland the LeBron 12 was already in production. This resulted in a lot of signature touches that were relevant before he switched his jersey number back to #23. Some believe it was also the reason for the delay of the Nike LeBron XII, but I think it’s the eyelet thing that’s the real reason here. His previous #6 appears on the heel tab, the midfoot shank and the outsole beneath one of the pods. The re-defined version is available through Nike iD. Some of the recent school PEs also come with the OH-IO placed instead of #6.

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Nov 24, 2014 at 3:48 pm | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

The Nike LeBron XII “Instinct” drops this Saturday. Nike is also looking to add a new Instinct option to the LeBron 12 iD, which adds the ability to create custom floral graphics on the Hyperposite panels, in addition to previously available color options. Check out the preview below and let us know if you’re going to exercise this option for your own designs.

Nov 18, 2014 at 5:20 pm | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

Last night, LeBron James debuted two alternate Cavs uniforms inspired colorways of the Nike LeBron 12. The general consensus on social media was that you can create the exact same colorways on Nike iD. The truth is you can ALMOST create the LeBron 12 Cavs PEs look-a-likes on Nike iD. The Navy and Red pair is easier to make because you will only be missing the navy Swoosh border. However, the Navy and Gold version is more complex because LeBron’s PE uses a White Swoosh on the side (with red border) and Gold L-crown-J logo on the tongue, which is impossible to separate on LeBron 12 iD’s. Other than that I’m not sure if the Game Royal / Midnight Navy upper will look like LeBron’s PEs either. Other than that they’re pretty close. Check out the mock ups below and compare them the his on-court kicks. Which version do you prefer?

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Oct 31, 2014 at 8:41 am | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

The LeBron 12 has undergone it’s first major debut along with being added onto Nike iD. It’s probably the right move for Nike since the way that Nike iD works is usually you have to wait at least a month to get your shoes. We should be on the safe side with the whole “defect” thing. Additionally, it’s probably the first time ever that the price has been downgraded in the LeBron James’ signature line. The LeBron 12 iD costs $245 instead of $250 for the cheapest iD option for the LeBron 11. It’s not a bargain, buy hey at least the price didn’t went up. All in all you can design your own pair right now here, however the system is a little buggy right now and I can’t preview all outsole options. I think only the clear version works in all views. Check out a couple of quick mockups below and let us know your work.

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Oct 27, 2014 at 4:21 pm | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

You should consider my previous post mainly for checking out the first impression video as most of the other stuff is out of date as of 30 minutes ago. Heidi Burgett (Nike PR Director) has just confirmed via Twitter that the “Heart of a Lion” LeBron 12 will indeed drop as planned on Thursday, October 30th. Additionally, the Nike LeBron XII will make its debut on Nike iD later today. It’s a great day for Nike LeBron fans after all.

Oct 27, 2014 at 1:15 pm | lebron-xiinike-lebron-shoes

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