- By Diana Eltze
It's no secret that LeBron James is having issues with the LeBron 11, specifically in the toe box area. Throughout this season, James has been wearing the LeBron X, which is a much better fit.
The Nike LeBron 11 game kicks are differ from the retail pairs; James uses custom orthotic insoles. Still, its mind boggling that he's experiencing all this discomfort mid-season; considering he is deeply involved in the design process. LeBron spoke out;
The regal looking Nike LeBron 11 "BHM" features a predominately black upper with BHM graphics on the overlays. King James' lion head logo and crowns stand out on the foamposite overlays, while other graphics make their way throughout the upper.
The royal purple outsole makes the shoe, with its gold speckles that compliment the gold branding seen on the upper. The shoe will be ready for release come February.
With it being the Holiday Season and all, Trinidad Jame$ goes over his favorite holiday pick-ups. The sneakers he reviews include the Air Jordan 1 High Premier "Varsity Red/Dark Army" which dropped today, and the highly anticipated Gamma Blue Jordan 11; which he doesn't seem too crazy about.
Black Friday is behind us. It is officially the Holiday Season. There are going to be highly touted releases dropping every week. With that, it's crucial that you stay focused and remember to buy gifts for those on your list, before you blow your budget on yourself.
A weekly breakdown of whats to come is necessary. No only to budget yourself, but to plot which pick-ups you should focus on. Everybody has different preferences and budgets, but this guide should give you a general idea of where you stand heading into the Holiday Season frenzy.
Despite the limited amount of games, the NBA stars still produced an abundance of sizzling hot fire last night. Firstly, LeBron continued to opt for the LeBron X, this time using a sweet looking grey PE. Now that the LeBron X/ LeBron 11 update is out of the way…
The kicks of the night were worn by Andre Drummond, who laced up the always dope and super exclusive, Air Jordan XIV "Oxidized Green." Miami Heat teammates Ray Allen and Chris Bosh rocked Jordan XX8 and Nike Hyperposite PEs respectively.
Funnyman sneakerhead Trinidad James has the Nike LeBron 11 "Christmas" in advance. He rocked 'em, then he signed 'em, and now he's looking to give them away. The rapper/sneaker historian, took to instagram to show the pair and outline how to win the kicks;
My Christmas is already here. Send me the reason why you should get your Christmas early. Email achance2345@gmail ......Sz 10.5...signed and worn by myself. #dreambelieveturnup
The Nike LeBron 11 "Gamma Blue" is scheduled to launch on Saturday, November 16th. The retail price for the most anticipated Nike LeBron 11 will be $200.
The Nike LeBron 11 "Gamma Blue" draws inspiration from the idea of tempered steel, which, when heated changes colors. The sneaker is constructed of an upper that changes from a gamma blue to a light armory blue. Along with the gripping gamma blue hue, the swoosh is given a slight gradient detail which really catches the eye, and plays to the tempered steel theme.
We've previously reviewed at this sneaker this sneaker as a "carbon fiber" Nike LeBron 11. Traditionally, the LeBron 11 is constructed of foamposite material. However, this "Miami Nights" version of the sneaker includes a carbon fiber print, as well as an icy blue sole that creeps its way onto the outsole.
Cloaked in black, the sneaker is contrasted by fusion pink and includes dark grey accents. The Nike LeBron 11 "Miami Nights" still does not have a release date but check the latest pictures and let us know if you plan on copping a pair!
The Nike LeBron 11 is now available on NikeID, and you are free to experiment with a variety of colors and combinations to create your very own LeBron 11. This pair however, is reserved especially for LeBron James.
LeBron took to instagram to reveal this exclusive 1of1 Nike LeBron 11. A vibrant mix of teal, red, gold, purple, and more make up this crazy colorway, which unfortunately is a one of a kind and won't be seeing retail shelves. Still, we can admire from a far, and hope to see something similar in the future.
Rich B. Caliente, Toys for Boys Miami, and Lou La Vie collaborated to design and wrap this Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, made for Lebron James and shown at the Lebron 11/11 Experience.