Ever since the Air Max LeBron VII Low, each and every low-top version within the Nike LeBron line has shared the 360 Air Max cushioning. The last mid version to use the full-length Air Max bag was the LEBRON 8, but Nike has never made the change for the lows. Ever since the LeBron 9 Low it’s been the exact same midsole / outsole combo, which I wasn’t to exited about in the first place. If we assume the LEBRON 9 LOW as the original inspiration, the LEBRON 10 LOW could pass as a 9 1/2, then the LEBRON 11 LOW would be more like LEBRON 9 3/4. For the XI Lows the midsole is slightly different, but the biggest modification is the Swoosh, which has been moved from the back to the toe, and an angular heel counter reminiscent of the original LeBron 11 design. Take a closer look at two upcoming colorways after the jump and let us know if you find them appealing or not.