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Nike Basketball has just released the Easter collection, which includes new holiday shoes for Kobe, KD and LeBron as well as some apparel. Additionally, a couple of special color options for their Nike iD designs have been added to the mix. Here’s a detailed look at the Nike Max LeBron XI “Easter”, which comes in the same black and red drawer box as the mid version. The new low-tops are available in both Men’s and Kids’ sizes for $170 and $135, respectively.

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Apr 18, 2014 at 11:35 am | launch datelebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

Here’s a much more deserving look at the Nike What The LeBron 11, which is also rumored to be the coveted NBA 2K14 edition. The LeBron 11 2K14 was introduced last year along with the launch of the new generation of consoles – XBox One and Sony PS4 – and the latest video game from 2K Sports. The “What The” design incorporates over twenty different Nike LeBron shoes dating back to the Air Zoom Generation all the way up to the LeBron 11. Check out the new pics below and let us know if it would be satisfactory to your needs if Nike made the 2K14 and the What the LeBron the same shoe.

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Apr 17, 2014 at 1:07 am | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

With the LeBron 11 Blue Suede down we still have at three more EXT styles to go. Here’s a closer look at the King’s Crown colorway, which is bar far one of the most unique designs in LeBron James’ signature collection. There have been many tries to incorporate an iridescent look on to performance footwear, but usually it’s violet and green. For the LeBron XI NSW Nike used the colors of heat… yellow and red. The end result is pretty amazing and hopefully it won’t be long before the official drop.

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Apr 16, 2014 at 3:26 pm | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

Following the official announcement by Nike Basketball take a closer look at the actual “What the” design for the Nike LeBron 11. The shoes use design elements from past LeBron signature shoes, along with 20 different graphics and colors from previous models. The LEBRON 11 “What The LeBron” will available globally on May 31st (U.S.) and June 14th (Europe) for $250.

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Apr 16, 2014 at 9:34 am | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

Nike is ready to launch the all new Max LeBron XI Low this weekend with the premiere of the Easter colorway. Here’s one of the other styles that’s already available in the Asia / Pacific region. It consists of Turbo Green, Nightshade, Glacier Ice and Laser Crimson. There’s no word on when they hit U.S., there’s no official word from Nike, but my guess is that it will be very soon. Let us know what’s your favorite version of the LeBron 11 Low and if you plan to pick up a pair.

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Apr 15, 2014 at 3:34 pm | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

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.

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Apr 14, 2014 at 2:24 pm | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

When Nike announced the Gumbo NIKEiD option for the LeBron 11 they said it will be available for a limited time and they kept their word. It wasn’t just for hype. The regular LeBron 11 iD has many color options, compared to the last year’s model, but the Gumbo version allowed for a nearly endless array of combinations. Mixing different patterns on the upper and choosing different colors for front and back outsole was a lot of fun. Here’s one of the creations sent by our reader Angel. It channels the South Beach theme, sort of, but in a whole new way. Let us know about your own Gumbo iD creations. In order to get your pics up use the contact form, or Twitter, or Facebook.

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Apr 14, 2014 at 1:59 pm | lebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

With the LeBron 11 Elite Nike wanted to go with more protection and more containment rather than just making the shoes slightly lighter like with the previous iterations. Apparently instead of going with carbon fiber like usual, they used a metalized TPU plate, which is still strong enough but is much more flexible. This is crucial for LeBron doing his cuts and when he’s moving laterally. The big difference in terms of the Hyperposite from the original LeBron 11 is the removal of some elements in the forefoot in order to minimize the weight but also keep that level of protection. The initial Wolf Grey, Laser Crimson, Cool Grey and Black colorway of the LeBron XI drops in just a couple of hours at nikestore.com and other Nike Basketball retailers. Fans in Europe got them yesterday and they’re still available for purchase. Take a closer look below or browse the gallery for more pics.

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Apr 12, 2014 at 3:32 am | launch datelebron-xinike-lebron-shoes

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