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Nike has finally designed a brand new low-top LeBron instead of using the recycled design for the first time in 5 years. Additionally, they’re giving us a very bold look to kick things off with the “LeBronold Palmer” design. King James wore these during the All-Star weekend in practice raising a few eyebrows. Now, the popular design inspired by the “Arnold Palmer” drink is set to be released and it’s gonna be very soon. The launch date for the LeBronold Palmer LeBron 12 Lows has been set for Sunday, March 1st. The bad news is the upgraded price. Nike is asking the LeBron fans to spend $200 for the latest LeBron James’ signature low-tops. I’m not sure if it’s only this colorway or all future LeBron XIII Lows, but either way it’s not looking good. Check out the new pics and let us know if you like this special design enough to make a purchase.
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It’s been a busy week and it’s far from over. Nike Basketball and LeBron James have already unveiled a couple of sick LeBron 12 looks with the premiere of the EXT series, but now we get the first look at the upcoming LeBron 12 low-top. James wore it for the first time during the Eastern Conference All Star practice and he went all the way with the infamous LeBronold Palmer design known from a set of LeBron 9 PEs. At this point it’s hard to say if it’s one of the upcoming colorways, but it’s about time to get familiar with the brand new LeBron XII Low silhouette that will be released in the upcoming weeks. The biggest change is the 180 Air Max unit instead of the recycled 360 Air Max cushioning that’s been around for years. There are a couple decent looks below. Check it out and let us know if it’s a good change or not.
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During the last summer LeBron James shared a pretty unique design on the Nike LeBron 9 Low dubbed as “LeBronold Palmer“. Shoes that are inspired by Arnold Palmer’s famous part-tea, part-lemonade beverage. Later that year they surfaced as a Friends & Family PE, which resulted in a much better look. Today we get our first look at an alternate colorway of the same design. Unlike the previous version (Lemonade?), the new sample (Tea?) features a predominantly teal upper accented by orange and yellow details. What are your thoughts on this second “LeBronold” make up? Continue reading for a complete comparison.Read the rest of this entry »
One of the most interesting designs of 2012 has just got a little bit more interesting. The LeBronold Palmer colorway of the Nike LeBron 9 Low, which features a very interesting palm tree design, sports a glow-in-the-dark outsole. Seems like many of LeBron’s Friends & Family got the Arnold Palmer inspired LeBron 9 Lows. You can even get them on eBay. However, since it’s a Player Exclusive at this point, the prices are scary.Read the rest of this entry »
Today we get another look at the Nike LeBron 9 Low “Arnold Palmer” courtesy of stickie213.com. Unfortunately this doesn’t mean the shoes are about to drop, but now we can fully appreciate this special design. The shoe features a tropical, vacation-like motif, complete with a palm tree pattern and vivid accents splashed throughout a soft yellow base. Custom insoles printed with Arnold Palmer’s famous part-tea, part-lemonade beverage clue you in on the source of the nickname. Golden tabs adorn the heel of each shoe, while orange Max Air units and partially translucent outsoles support the ride below.Read the rest of this entry »
Here is a very special/rare Player Exclusive version of the Nike LeBron 9 Low. These have yet to hit the market since LeBron James posted pics a few months months ago. This pair is his personal size 16. The LeBron 9 Low “LeBronold Palmer” is very detailed with palm trees on the shoes and the insoles having a picture of Arnold Palmer’s drink with LeBron’s Logo on the glass. Continue reading for more photos.Read the rest of this entry »
LeBron James is having a great time on twitter as he’s just unveiled what he calls a “LeBronold Palmer” version of the Nike LeBron 9 Low. This latest installment in the LeBron 9 Low series references the Arnold Palmer drink… a beverage consisting of 1/2 iced tea and 1/2 lemonade named after the legendary American golfer. The shoe sports an all-over, palm tree-printed upper in an extremely vibrant color scheme. An actual Arnold Palmer drink is seen on the insole. Seems like Nike made a special shoe for King James for vacation time, but if they decide to release we’ll let you know.Read the rest of this entry »