LeBron X in 3 Versions! Regular $180, Nike+ Enabled $200 and with Sensors $270 »

Sep 13, 2012 at 3:01 pm | lebron-xshoes

We already know the LeBron X won’t be a $300+ sneaker, after all, but turns out it also won’t be a $290 sneaker either. The Nike+ enabled version of the LeBron X shoe has motion sensors to track various metrics including how high the player jumps. As it turns out, the shoe, a version of the LeBron X, will be sold in a pack for $270, Nike spokesman Brian Strong confirmed to ESPN.com on Thursday. Nike had previously said that, at the time of the report, a price had not yet been set. Sources say the majority of the LeBron X shoes that will hit the market on September 29th will retail for $180. But the Nike+ enabled version of the shoe, which allows for technology to be embedded in the mid-sole of the shoe, will be sold with the sensors, the adapter and charger – together called the Sport Kit – for $270. Should consumers already own the kit, the Nike+ enabled LeBron X also will be sold separately for $200. And yes the prices do change!

LeBron X in 3 Versions Regular 180 Nike Enabled 200 and with Sensors 270 Show Album