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After wearing the Nike Soldier VII in Games 1 and 2, LeBron dug deep in his locker and pulled out the Nike LeBron X P.S. Elite in Game 3. He used the Finals colorway, duh, and right now he’s wearing the Soldiers again in Game 4. Take a closer look at the shoes below and stay tuned for more update. By the way, LeBron already wore the LeBron 10 Elite at the beginning of the season when he experienced problems wit h the LeBron 11 for the first time.Read the rest of this entry »
With LeBron James staying put with the Nike Soldier 7 we turn to other players using kicks with the Nike LeBron name with it. There’s Manu Ginobili with his own LeBron 11 PEs/IDs and there’s the Birdman with the LeBon 10, who’s been lucky enough to inherit most of LBJ’s Miami Heat PEs from last year. Here’s a closer look at the LeBron X PE with a matte finish on the upper, speckled midsole, Chrome diamond cut swoosh and red details including #6 on the back of the shoe. Photos via @geminikeez.Read the rest of this entry »
Rumors about the existence of the Reversed Championship Pack have been floating for a while. Today we get the first clear look at alternate versions of the LeBron 10 Elite and the LeBron 10 Low, which swap placed compared to the regular Championship Pack. This time it’s the LeBron X Elite sporting the Floral theme and the LeBron X Low with the Red and Gold finish. Take a closer look below and let us know if you prefer these over the standard version. Both packs have one thing in common. They’re nearly impossible to get.Read the rest of this entry »
LeBron James continues to use the Nike LeBron X PS throughout the 2013-14 NBA Season. Last night he wore the Finals PE colorway in a rematch of the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals vs the Indiana Pacers. In the previous game versus the Detroit Pistons he broke the Miami Home edition, which means he’s almost run out of “new” LEBRON 10 PS colorways to wear. Comparing to the 2013 NBA Playoffs he has yet to wear the White & Black version. All the other shoes have already re-appeared on the court this season. All the “kicks-on-court” information is available in the 2013-14 Timeline, which now includes a total number of wears for the Nike LeBron 11. So far King James wore them in 13 out of 88 possible quarters (22 games).
After trying out the LEBRON 11 in nearly 5 straight quarters throughout games versus Phoenix and Cleveland, King James is back to wearing the LEBRON X PS Elite. While new questions regarding the Nike LeBron XI arise with each day, I wonder if fans would like to join LBJ and get on the LEBRON 10 PS bandwagon. Nike Basketball has not been able to resolve the situation, or provide an explanation, however, they could restock LeBron’s old kicks on Nike iD. Apparently it’s an awesome basketball shoe. Usually, new kicks replace the previous model, but I think it would be a good idea to restock the LeBron X P.S. Elite alongside the LeBron XI. I have a feeling some fans would really appreciate another chance to design a pair. I know I would. Continue reading and take a closer look at my latest Nike iD build titled “4x MVP, 2x Champ” sporting a classic Miami Heat look.Read the rest of this entry »
Personally, I don’t like revisiting the memory of the Championship Pack because it was a painful experience as a LeBron James fan. Nike Basketball executed the pack nicely, however, by making it nearly impossible to get they denied us a true celebration. The 2013 Championship Pack consists of two shoes – LEBRON X PS Finals and LEBRON X Low Floral. Rumors about the so called Reverse Championship pack materialised when the Red Finals low-tops surfaced the web last month. Now we have the missing part… the LEBRON 10 PS dressed in the Floral theme. Supposedly these are VERY rare hence the blurry look. Below, there’s an additional image showing one of the custom versions.Read the rest of this entry »
LeBron James loves the Nike LeBron X… that’s a given now. While seeking solution to the LEBRON 11 he opted for the Elite version, which costs $260 compared to $180 for the regular model of the LEBRON 10. It is slightly better than the original model, however, it’s up to you to decide if the improvements are worth the additional 80 bucks. Recently, there were a lot of restocks so if you look around you might find a great deal on the LEBRON X PS. My only issue with the Post Season version was the selection of colorways. Nike released four different styles, but comparing to some of LeBron’s PEs we missed out on a couple of simple and clean designs. Same applies to the presented Total Crimson make up. It looks great, sure, but I would prefer at least one toned back style. Enjoy the pics.Read the rest of this entry »
LeBron James’ awkward feet made headlines this summer, however, his issues with his shoes are a well known problem. The last time Nike equipped The King with a Foamposite design he switched kicks in mid-season from the Zoom LeBron IV to the Zoom 20.5.5 in order to protect his toes. This year, after four games played, he wore his new LeBron 11 shoes for a total of 7 quarters out of 16 possible. Yesterday, there was no switching shoes as he went straight ahead with the Nike LeBron X P.S. Elite. According to our well-informed sources he’s having problems in the toebox area once again. It’s no secret that James’ game kicks are different than the retail pairs, he uses a custom orthotic insoles, so the big question is… why the problem surfaced so late? After all, LeBron James is deeply involved in the design process and he gets to test the shoes much, much sooner. Stay tuned for more updates as the story unfolds. I wonder if Nike is going to make an official statement addressing this matter. There’s one upside, though, last night he finally wore the White, Black and Gold edition of the LEBRON X PS for the very first time.