This morning we gave you a detailed look at the Nike LeBron XI Elite “Infrareds”. Next up is another colorway that is part of the unreleased three sample colorways of the Nike LeBron XI Elite – Red and Silver. While there is no dramatic changes made between the postseason edition of the LeBron 11 and the regular season version of the sneaker, there are some noticeable changes made to the silhouette of the upper. The upper is covered in different shades of Grey with accents of Red on the Swoosh, inside lining of the shoe and soles. The outsoles are dressed with a camo print.
There is not word on when these will officially drop, but keep it locked to Sneakerfiles for that information. A pair of the Nike LeBron XI Elite “Red and Silver” have popped up on eBay for ,507.70.
With some pretty impressive colorways under its belt, the Nike LeBron XI (11) makes a debut in a new “Stealth” theme.
Contrary to other multicolored styles, this iteration adopts monochromatic color scheme which displays black accents and shades of grey. Opting for a marbled effect to its Swoosh branding and outsole, first images do however suggest that the inner branding will be accompanied by a purple tint.
Share your thoughts on what appears to be the Nike LeBron XI (11) “Stealth” in our comments below and stick with Sneaker Files for more.
As the Nike LeBron XI (11) Elite series looks to make an impressive impact upon release later this year, here’s a first look at the Nike LeBron XI (11) Low “Entourage” and “Easter” editions.
With an “Entourage” model that takes on a black base with contrasting hints of royal blue and yellow, its “Easter” counterpart adopts a white upper with green accents. And unlike last year’s Nike LeBron X (10) Low “Easter”, this year’s version will shy away from the usual pastel color scheme.
Which theme are you looking forward to the most? Check out preview images and keep it here at Sneaker Files for more release date details.
After holding out on dropping a Miami Vice-inspired LeBron X last year, it appears as if Nike is ready to bring the infamous Miami colorway back to the LeBron silhouette. Here we see the Nike LeBron 11 “South Beach” for the very first time. Just like its predecessors, the South Beach XI’s sport the classic mint-green/turquoise upper with pink and black accents throughout. Many things remain to be seen: whether these will be an “Elite” release, whether they will actually release, and how the release procedures will take place. However, one thing is certain: the hype for these will be INSANE when Nike releases them. These kicks have sneakerheads drooling already, and this will definitely not be the last time you will see these shoes. Let the games begin. Keep it locked to SneakerFiles for the latest updates on this year’s rendition of the LeBron South Beaches.
For those who’ve been keeping up, today welcomes the debut of the Nike LeBron XI (11) “Black/Diffused Jade-Light Crimson-Jade Glaze”.
Taking on a black, diffused jade, light crimson, and jade glaze colorway, many are still on the fence about this Nike LeBron XI (11). A bit underrated, these kicks are clean. Are you getting your pair?
If so, pick them up today for 0 through all participating Nike Basketball retailers. Don’t sleep!
The latest addition to the Lebron 11 lineage by Nike is the LBJ 11 ‘Diffused Jade’. Back by minimal buckshots of light crimson, the jade applications jump hard off the majority murdered out upper. Releasing February 22, look to snare yourself a pair via Nike.com and select LBJ stockists.
Last week we gave you a sneak peek of three new colorways for the Nike Lebron XI Elite sneaker. Today we have a couple of new detailed pictures of all three. While all three possess different bold colors, each LeBron sneaker is tied to the Miami Heat team colors – Black and Red. Keep checking back with Sneakerfiles as more information becomes available as well as the exact release dates.
Arriving as a node to LeBron James’ sense of royalty and power, the opportunity to own the Nike LeBron XI (11) “Gator King” is now.
Arguably one of the most sought after “Nola Gumbo League” releases, this signature model pairs up black, metallic gold, and white accents with a glow-in-the-dark Hyperposite shell and distinct graphics throughout for an unmatched finish.
Priced at 0, look for this All-Star release in stores and online today.
Just when you didn’t think it was possible, perhaps you do have something in common with LeBron James. That’s only if your favorite breakfast cereal is Fruity Pebbles.
A fresh take on the 2006 “Fruity Pebbles” drop, today officially welcomes the Nike LeBron XI (11) GS “Fruity Pebbles”. Releasing in GS sizes 3.5-7Y, this Nike LeBron XI and its colorful mockup will also become available in crib (), toddler (), and pre-school () sizes.
Grab your pair today through your local Nike Basketball retailer.
Yes sneakersheads, you read the title of this post correctly. Two new colorways for the Nike LeBron XI Elite have leaked. As you will see after the jump, Nike is getting ready to take LeBron’s eleventh signature shoe to the next level of aesthetic appeal. With one iteration sporting a Heat-inspired look, all of you sneakeheads will surely notice the hints of gold about the accents of the black based version. Rounding out the trio is a grey based version, we previously shared a look at, that features silver about its accents along with an interesting pattern on its sole. Read on after the jump to check out a detailed look and be sure to drop us a line in the comments section below.