Kickstradomis has been a roll with his custom kicks this month, creating a wide variety of projects in themes ranging from superheros to tropical (Air Jordan VI “Aloha”). With a a fire theme this time around, Kickstradomis has placed green flames onto the uppers of the Lebron Entourage. A slick black holds down the base, while the green flames pop all over the shoes. The soles have a black midsole, with an acid green striking it’s way along the bottom. Check out some more photos of these new Kickstradomis customs down below!
The Artistic Soles team has been busy in the labs, knocking out customs after customs. We showed you guys the Air Jordan III “Wolverine” by Kickstradomis last week, and he’s already turning out yet another set customs for a commission project. The Nike Lebron X (10) “What The Cleveland” customs by Kickstradomis place the shoes in wine and navy, with a collage of Cleveland team logos all over. After receiving a request to create a shoe that incorporates some of the Cleveland sports teams, Kickstradomis created these sneakers featuring Cleveland Indians and Browns logo and colorway options. The sneakers even make a reference to the Cleveland Bulldogs, which are defunct. The sneakers used are a signature shoe for Lebron James, who formerly played for the Cleveland Cavaliers until 2010. What do you think of these customs by Kickstradomis? Check out more pictures down below!
Having official unveiled the Nike KD VI Elite “Hero” and the Nike Kobe 9 Elite “Hero”, the last and final sneaker of the Elite Series Hero Collection is the LeBron 11 Elite “Hero” edition. Sleek and strong like the King himself, this basketball sneaker is covered in a Laser Crimson color. An evolution of the LeBron 11, “Hero” is a lower cut with a new interlocked external cage. For maximize performance on the hardwood, the upper is made up of Hyperposite protection and Flywire fiber sitting atop Lunarlon cushioning and a Nike Zoom midsole.
As with the KD and Kobe Elites, the Nike LeBron 11 Elite “Hero” will go on sale at select Nike retailers on May 9th. Now that you had a chance to take a detailed look at each shoe, tell us which of the three is your favorite.
Coming on the heels of sharing the “Easter” Nike LeBron XI Low release date with all of you sneakerheads yesterday, today brings us a confirmed drop date for the “Dunkman” iteration. While the previously mentioned model is coming next month, the latter won’t debut until May 30. After making a cameo in our last “Easter” Bron XI post, fresh new detailed shots of this upcoming colorway have surfaced. Equipped with a medium khaki upper, the synonymous touches of volt surely makes its presence felt about the shoes low cut build. Take a look at the new photos after the jump and be sure to keep rocking with SneakerFiles for all the latest sneaker info.
Nike Air Max LeBron 11 Low
Seeing as how the Nike LeBron XI Low already made its way onto the hardwood courtesy of LeBron James, the low cut take on his eleventh signature shoe is under a month away from its retail debut. Pegged to release on April 18, the “Easter” colorway will be first up to carry the lower profile torch. While the “Dunkman” version is also on deck to arrive sometime this year, they are still without a definite release date. Check another look at both of the previously mentioned motifs and let us know if you’ve got April 18 circled on your calendars.
With March Madness about to be in full swing, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the Oregon Ducks have added yet another fresh PE to their impressive resume. This time around, the seventh seeded team in the West region has received this exclusive pair of Nike LeBron XIs. Featuring an obvious Ducks-inspired color palette, the squad from Oregon will be flying high with fresh kicks on as they look to pull of a few upsets in the tournament. Check out another look after the jump and let us know where these rank amongst your favorite PEs.
After showing both the Elite and Low versions of his eleventh signature shoe some hardwood love, it looks like the King is definitely comfortable in his own kicks. While those sightings have trumped up and added level of excitement amongst sneakerheads, this “Whiteout” LeBron XI PE is sure to do the same.
Sporting a tonal white build, touches of black about the laces provides the only splash of color. Sitting atop a rather interesting sole, it’s unclear whether they glow or are just a lighter take on the classic gum bottom. Check out another look after the jump and be sure to keep your browsers locked to SneakerFiles for more info.
Having last shared a look at the “SVSM” Nike LeBron XI PE back in January, today brings us the very first on-foot images. Created in honor of LeBron’s alma matter, these exclusives sport a crisp green base with golden accents and a clean white sole. Just in case the colorway isn’t enough to show who these kicks represent, the Irish text about the heel should definitely seal the deal. Check out another on-foot look after the jump and let us know if these would have been an instant cop had Nike made them a general release.
At the height of its success, LeBron James’ signature Nike LeBron XI series will soon take shape in a low-top form for the warmer seasons ahead.
What’s just hit the scene, the Nike LeBron XI Low may be arriving in a new grey and red mockup. Set in an unofficial Ohio State Buckeyes colorway, these kicks may actually display more of an “infrared” hue than red. What do you think? Are these PE’s? A Summer 2014 release? Well, only time will tell.
Check out a better look below and keep it here at Sneaker Files for more developing news.
Two days ago, you may recall that we provided you with some updated release info in regards to the “Anthracite” Nike LeBron XI. Fully equipped with a sleek monochromatic color scheme, black and hints of grey flow throughout the shoes entire upper. Aside from its dark base, the marble affect that has been applied to both the Swoosh and sole provide a definite boost to the colorways aesthetic appeal. Enough from us, go ahead and check out a few additional looks after the jump and make sure you let us know where these fall on your weekend shopping list.