Nike Air Max LeBron X Low

Nike Air Max LeBron X Low What the MVP Custom

Nike Air Max LeBron X Low “What the MVP” Custom

The man of many accolades and colorways is celebrated on the Nike Air Max LeBron X Low "What the MVP" Custom. Crafted by CWhitt Customs, this pair places styling from the celebrated LeBron X line and award winning collage colorway on the low top take. Get a detailed view of the Nike Air Max LeBron X Low "What the MVP" Custom below and follow @chwitt18 on IG for more customs and inquiries.
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Nike Air Max LeBron X Low “Reverse Palmer” Custom

Playing off of LBJ's Nike LeBron 9 Low "LeBronold Palmer", this custom flips the model and the paint job. The Nike Air Max LeBron X Low "Reverse Palmer" Custom uses King James' tenth sneaker, and a Freaky Friday color swap. Dejesuscustoms switches the original yellow upper and teal midsole for a teal upper and yellow midsole, the "Reverse Palmer" maintains the atomic Swoosh and tropical design.
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Nike Air Max LeBron X Low “Bright Mango”

Although the LeBron XI may be on the horizon, Nike isn't quite done with its predecessor. Dealing specifically with the Nike Air Max LeBron X Low, more colorways of the silhouette continue to be churned out. The latest to enter the ring has been dubbed the "Bright Mango." Courtesy of Eastbay's Vine (embedded below), we get a glimpse of the upcoming release, featuring its bright mango Hyperfuse upper, complemented with gamma green making an appearance on the Dynamic Flywire, inner lining and outsole. Digging this midsummer drop? According to Eastbay's #RealeaseReport, these will hit online shelves on August 17 at 8AM EST.
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Nike Air Max LeBron X Low “Metallic Platinum”

The latest LeBron X Low set to release features a metallic platinum upper with tropical teal and chilling red accents. The Nike Air Max LeBron X Low "Metallic Platinum" sits on top of a red-speckle midsole and tropical teal outsole, and has an upper bolstered by Dynamic Flywire and a plush tropical teal inner lining. You can pick up your pair of these LeBrons from select retailers, including shopnicekicks.com, on Saturday, August 3 for $165. Is this sneaker a cop or a drop for you? Let us know in the comment section.
LeBron James in the Nike Air Max LeBron X Low "Championship"

LeBron James Debuts the Nike Air Max LeBron X Low “Championship”

The Miami Heat celebrated their second consecutive NBA Championship with a huge parade through the streets of South Beach today. LeBron James also celebrated his second consecutive NBA Finals MVP. Many sneaker fans, even those who are not Miami fans, anticipate the release of the Nike LeBron X "Championship" Pack. The two-time champion debuted the Nike Air Max LeBron X Low "Championship" during the parade's culmination at the American Airlines Arena. The shoe features solid black accented by a Miami-inspired palm tree motif and a glow-in-the-dark sole. Does seeing the LeBron X Low Championship on feet change your opinion of them?
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Nike LeBron X “Championship” Pack

In celebration of LeBron James' second straight NBA Championship, Nike is set to release the LeBron X "Championship" pack, featuring a LeBron X Elite and LeBron X Low. Both the red Nike LeBron X PS Elite, worn by LeBron in Game 1 of the Finals, and LeBron X Low will be sold in a pack alongside two special hats in very limited quantities in North America and China. The two shoes also include details that celebrate James as a 2-time champion in 11-12 ans 12-13. Check out images of the two shoes, which both sport unique floral patterned uppers inspired by palm-leaf and palm trees, and stay tuned to Nice Kicks for further release info regarding the Nike LeBron X "Championship" Pack.
Is Nike Predicting a Second Championship for LeBron?

Is Nike Predicting a Second Championship for LeBron?

A new colorway of Nike Air Max LeBron X Low has started making its rounds on the web, getting attention for its ‘2-Time Champion’ and ‘11-12, 12-13’ tagging which anticipates a second ring for LeBron this season. However, this shoe is, at the moment, just a sample. The tagging also happens to be on the insole, which is the most removable and replaceable aspect of a sneaker. Regardless of whether LeBron gets another ring or not, this colorway brings floral print to the LeBron line, an aesthetic feature similar to the unreleased "LeBronold Palmers" and "Watch the Throne" 9s. Will the Heat take the title? Would you rock this Nike LeBron X Low regardless? Let us know in the comment section.