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Resources on the Internet are endless. Sometimes you may learn amazing things in the weirdest places. Just like today when we came across this Max LeBron VII photos on Flickr. Apparently, Flicker’s cynroux is an artist, who received a pair of all white LeBron 7′s to do a custom paint job for some Nike project. The only thing coming to mind right now is… will they drop like this? They look hella clean!!! Thanks for info to Niketalk‘s us3Less.

nike zoom lebron 7 white white 1 01 Unusual Nike Max LeBron 7 Sighting on Flickr (Pure White)
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Jul 21, 2009 at 3:03 am | lebron-viinike-lebron-shoes

With fake pics floating pretty much everywhere it’s hard to get any solid information regarding LeBron James’ seventh signature shoe. For all we do know it’s gonna be a 180 degree turnaround comparing to previous LBJ kicks. Things are not set in stone, but the LeBron VII will feature an improved 360 Max Air unit and various materials on the upper including Flywire or like in this case a mesh. Even the colorway of this sample version is new. Pics courtesy of SneakerVault exclusively at NikeLeBron.net. Enjoy these first photos presenting the actual Nike Air Max LeBron VII.

nike zoom lebron 7 ss white black aqua 1 03 World Premiere   Nike Aix Max LeBron VII (7)
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Jul 14, 2009 at 1:33 pm | lebron-viinike-lebron-shoes

The best way to end all speculations about the upcoming LeBron James signature shoe is to get a confirmation from the King himself. That’s what happened last year when he introduced The Six as we know it today during the Beijing Olympic Games. Seems like he’s back from his Europe vacation as he’s been tracked down by NikeTalk‘s thekillerj23 at the University of Akron. LBJ is back at the gym, but check out his shoes. They look exactly like the Nike Air Max LeBron VII we’ve been writing about.

news lebron james wearing the vii King James Wearing the Nike Air Max LeBron VII at AU
Jul 7, 2009 at 1:00 am | lebron-viinike-lebron-shoes

We have been getting used to the new look of the next LeBron James signature shoe after seeing numerous fakes earlier this month. Now it’s time to make things semi-official. We learnt our lesson last year, when the anticipated Zoom Power got scrapped in favor of The Six. Either way, even if Nike decides to do it all over again, here’s a detailed look at LBJ’s 7th shoe from Nike. After the casual friendly ZLVI, it’s all back to basketball again. The LeBron VII features a Flywire/Leather upper and a full-sole Air Max unit, thus, it’s most likely to lose the Zoom prefix and become the Nike Air Max LeBron VII. Seventh shoe means it’s the final one before LeBron’s current contract with the Swoosh expires. New designer (Jason Petrie aka Alphaproject), new approach, new technology… we are anxious to see first test results. At this point it sounds very promising. Three New colorways after the jump.

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Jun 25, 2009 at 2:30 pm | lebron-viinike-lebron-shoes

Below, there are some tech specs of the upcoming Nike Zoom LeBron 7 (Kids model only!). What matters most in lack of the Flywire and presence of the Zoom Air. What it means is the Kids model is most likely to carry on the Zoom LeBron VII name, while the Mens version will probably be named Max LeBron VII. Also, rumors about utilizing the Flywire seem valid for the Mens model as well. The Grade School version will use leather/mesh upper with hints of Phyposite material known from the Zoom LeBron V. Thanks to MarcSJ08 for the heads up!

  • UPPER: Synthetic leather combined with mesh and Phyposite technology ~ This upper creates a lightweight stability solution with an external composite heel counter for support ~ Breathable tongue innersleeve with a traditional lacing system.
  • MIDSOLE: Phylon midsole design that minimizes weight while maximizing cushioning ~ Continue with full-length Nike Zoom unit.
  • OUTSOLE: Non-traditional outsole to optimize traction to optimize traction and reduce weight while we continue to bring newer and better solutions for this pinnacle product.
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May 13, 2009 at 4:05 am | lebron-viinike-lebron-shoes

Take this for what it’s worth. This is the first pic of the Zoom Lebron VII, in GS size. The adult version will say Max Lebron VII. Now I know this design might get scrapped, because we all remember what happened with the VI. I was the one to post the actual pic of the VI, but then was redesigned. So we’ll see what happens with this design which I like alot! Enjoy!! Color: 375793-001, Retail: $100 (adults will cost $160), Release date: 12/1.

Posted by Fear23 at niketalk.com.

news zoom lebron vii gs all black NIKE ZOOM LEBRON VII First Pic   Grade School Sample
May 5, 2009 at 3:18 pm | lebron-viinike-lebron-shoes

We have already mentioned the Air Phantom… which is supposed to be LeBron James’ seventh signature sneaker. Earlier this month we published a rendered image presenting the so called Nike Air Phantom. Let’s hope this is like last year’s Zoom Power and there will be an actual ZL7. Anyway this new image is somewhat coherent with the previous picture. All components, for example giant swoosh, ankle collar and Zoom-Power-esque midsole, are there too. Do you like the direction Nike is heading with this new L23 design? Courtesy of HoopChina.

news air phantom hoopchina Sneak Peek at the Nike Air Phantom   LeBrons 7th Sig Shoe
Apr 15, 2009 at 2:59 am | lebron-viinike-lebron-shoes

With news like this there’s not much to say, really. Here’s the first image showing the upcoming Air Phantom. There are a lot of similarities between these and Nike’s previous basketball sneakers. For example… Nike Zoom BB 2 (collar) and even the Zoom Power (bottom). Of course, there’s a huge Swoosh present, which seems to be a standard in Nike shoes recently. Here are the specs. What do you think? Do you like this design? Please let us know. Photo provided by NT member fresh83.

news air phantom first 1 Nike Air Phantom   LeBrons Next Sig Shoe   Possible Image
Apr 2, 2009 at 10:46 pm | lebron-viinike-lebron-shoes

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