When Jason Petrie designed his very first shoe for LeBron James – the Nike Air Max LeBron VII – his signature line has started drawing more attention than before. That’s also when DJ Clark Kent and Nike Basketball collaborated for the first time and created the “112 Pack” colorway. Apparently, he’s also behind the All Black Everything PE – a reference to friendship between King James and Jay-Z. Following the success of the first 112 LeBrons, DJCK did a repeat for the LeBron 8. The shoe sports a black suede base with tonal elephant print panels, but there are at least two different versions of the shoe – one with 1 elephant print panel, and the other one with 2. Unfortunately none of those will be released to the general public, but let us know how you feel about them in the comments below. Continue reading for more pics and a video interview with DJCK on his Nike LeBron collaborations.