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It’s been a while since LeBron James was able to add some new ink to his body… maybe because the place is running out. The King celebrated his second NBA championship in many ways and getting a new tattoo in the off-season is certainly one way to treat yourself. Back in August, I mentioned about Nike shooting a new commercial featuring King James and his new shoes and turns out it was a great chance to take a closer look at his… collarbones. In 2013, LeBron decided to remind us all about his birthplace and the year he was born. He added two new tattoos on his shoulders. His right shoulder reads “Akron” and his left shoulder reads “Est. 1984″. Check out the whole LBJ Tattoo timeline and let us know if there’s anything missing.Read the rest of this entry »
In the first game of the 2010 NBA Playoffs, most of you were probably checking out LeBron James’ new kicks – the Nike LeBron VII P.S.. However, if you looked closely enough you might have had noticed something else. The King has got himself a new tattoo! One month ago we reported about his fresh “What we do in life echoes in eternity” ink, but in the last game he sported a new tattoo on his left leg. You may be familiar with his WITNESS “ad” on his right calf. The new one says HISTORY as LBJ has completed his message, which now reads WITNESS HISTORY. That’s a bold statement. Let’s hope we are about to become witnesses one more time. For more information on James’ tattoos click here.Read the rest of this entry »
According to our traffic statistics, from the past year, many people coming here via various search engines are looking for answers on King James’ tattoos. We at NikeLeBron.net take great pride in pleasing readers, that’s why we come forward and give you this complete timeline of LeBron’s tattoos. Not only it answers questions about his tattoos (background, inspiration), but also we have focused on how they have changed over the course of LBJ’s professional basketball career. Nuff said… follow this link or click the image below to find out if James was born with the CHOSEN1 on his back…
Have you ever wondered how King James’ tattoos look like up-close? Here you’ll find out the meaning behind his ink in this complete timeline of all LeBron’s tattoos (with photographic evidence). You will also learn how they have changed during the course of his professional basketball career. It’s very difficult to break down all of Bron’s tattoos. If anyone has some additional information (for example meanings, background, close ups), please post a comment below, or contact us. Thanks!
[Two days ago] we wrote about LeBron’s new tattoos on his triceps. Here is a couple of better photos from the second game againts the New Jersey Nets. Now you can see both tattoos at the same time.
|From Playoffs 2007|
During 6 days rest waiting for the next opponent LeBron James got a new tatoo on his arm. Technically it’s two tattoos but they are a part of one obviously. He got a script “L” on his left tricep and a script “J” on his right which of course are his initials.
Upon the announcement of LeBron James’ one-day visit in Philippines, fans did all they could to get a chance to see King James up close and personal. Thousands (yes, thousands) were in line for days, under the extremities to get those coveted tickets. You’d think that would be the lasting memory from this tour. Nike Did It. Again. Taking inspiration from the main theme – #WITNESSHISTORY – Nike invited ten artists (note: artists/creatives/musicians, not sneaker customizers) to customize the Nike LeBron X. From achievements, LeBron marks (tattoos, the Lion, “King” James) or personal steez, these 10 artists were to make these size 16 ‘Brons wearable. The LeBron X Customization Project installation is at Nike Park BHS and will be on display until the 23rd. Go check it out. It’s amazing.Read the rest of this entry »
As you can see on our tattoo page LeBron James has a tattoo placed on his left and right bicep. Right arm reads “What we do in life” and the left follows? “echoes in eternity“. It is a quote form LeBron’s favorite movie – “Gladiator“. He even named his second son after the movie: Bryce Maximus James. Yesterday we saw plenty of detailed shots presenting the upcoming Nike LeBron 9, but one thing has eluded our attention. The front part of the outsole has the same quotes split between right and left shoes. The LeBron 9 is shaping up to be a decent basketball shoe. One thing bothers me though… I would have preferred the Lionhead insignia over the signature on the top of the tongue. If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it.Read the rest of this entry »