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There’s no bigger stage to showcase basketball kicks than the NBA All-Star Game. Everybody knows this… the athletes, the shoe companies, the designers and of course the fans. Each February marquee athletes lace up some of the craziest colorways out there. If you’re at the top of the game, you should make preparations early, because it’s a competition on and off the court. Despite LeBron’s historical rookie season, he wasn’t given a chance to participate in the All-Star Game. Instead, he played in the Rookie Challenge sporting a Timberland inspired colorway of the Air Zoom Generation – his first signature shoe. Nike also made an actual ASG edition, but they were forced to scrap those (plus the matching jerseys), once it became clear LBJ wasn’t gonna get an invitation. Lucky those who got a pair. Of course, since that moment LeBron James has been a frequent guest at the All-Star Weekend locking up the starting five, getting the largest number of votes, and winning the MVP award two times. Each season, Nike creates a special edition of his shoes for the All-Star Game and usually those ain’t regular styles. Probably the most memorable shoe from the pack is the Zoom LeBron IV “Graffiti”. Actually, LeBron wore two All-Star shoes that year. One for the game and one for the Skills Challenge. Graffities, speckles, gradients, 3M reflective materials… they’re all flashy, but they really need to be this way. After all, it’s the biggest basketball event in the world.


Nike LeBron XII
Nike LeBron XI
Nike LeBron X
Nike LeBron 9
Nike LeBron 8
Nike Air Max LeBron VII
Nike Zoom LeBron VI
Nike Zoom LeBron V
Nike Zoom LeBron IV
Nike Zoom LeBron III
Nike Zoom LeBron II
Nike Air Zoom Generation

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