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This unique color-up of the Air Max Lebron VII only releases in kids sizes, but it will most likely be seen on the feet of a lot of women as well. LeBron’s seventh signature shoe features a full 360 Max Air unit in the sole, as well as a flywire upper for light-weight support. Exclusive colors are rarely released for kids, making this a notable drop. Last year there was a special X-Mas edition of The Six. Mens version has remained a Promo Sample. Same thing happened with the ZS2 Hornets and Tattoo colorways. The Air Max Lebron VII Pink Fire is slated to drop at Foot Locker and Kids Foot Locker in January. It will be available in infant (3-10), pre-school (11-3), and grade-school sizes (3.5-7), good news for any ladies looking to snatch a pair. Kids version is expected to feature a full 360 Max Air, but the retail price will be most likely $100.
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Note: All shoes listed below are SIZE 10US +/- half a size depending on how they actually fit.
It’s no secret that pretty much all LeBrons share the same bad quality – weight. They are usually on the heavy side. However, there are lots of myths and legends about it. In order to uncover the truth I’ve created this in-depth guide that answers all the questions concerning this matter. LeBron James’ shoes are built to support his frame and style of “Point Forward” play – a Point Guard in Power Forward’s body. King James’ sneakers must provide the best support and maximum performance so a little extra weight is a fair trade off. Below you will find data and measurements that cover the whole Nike LeBron signature collection plus some other Nike Basketball kicks used as a reference. Among them you will find some of the lightest shoes out there (Hyperdunks, Kobes). There are some heavier shoes too (i.e. Foamposite) to give you a full review of things. Basically there are five groups of basketball shoes:
Apart from the data alone, there are some other factors that make shoes lightweight or not – Comfort & Fit. It’s very important to understand that if a shoe is heavy, but has an improved Fit you won’t notice all the extra weight. On the other hand light shoes can also feel like boots if they don’t work as an extend of the foot and allow too much movement inside, which is crucial. One of the examples to show it are III’s and IV’s – the heaviest shoes in the listing. Many believe that III’s are last, although once you see the stats below you will learn they are 20 grams lighter. The IV’s get the edge due to the awesome Fit & Comfort achieved by the Foamposite technology and the Full-length Zoom Air insole. Also, one of the other myths around is Zoom LeBron II being very light in comparision with 20.5.5’s or Soldiers. The ballistic mesh used in II’s may give that impression, but again, once you browse through the data you will learn they are divided by the smallest of margins.
Why there are always at least two shoes you ask? Well… each colorway is different, sometimes even two pairs of the same style weight differently.
Many people ask “What are the rarest LeBron Player Exclusives?”. Of course the most unique shoes come from Jordan X LeBron collaboration. We already have shown you two pairs of [Nike Air Jordan XVIII] personalized for the King himself. Along with those sneakers another very limited shoe is LeBron’s Air Jordan IX St. Vincent St. Mary PE. There were only 3 pairs made worldwide: size 13.5 (Michael Jordan), size 15 (LeBron James) and size 9 (wear test sample). The last pair is in possesion of one of the biggest LeBrons collectors – Tprel. Enjoy the pics!
|Source: tprel, ebay.com | From Miscellaneous…|