Monday, August 6, 2012

Nike LeBron X

In the early 2000's, basketball sneakers, as a collective whole, was in desperate search of a fresh face to rejuvenate the horizon of player-branded shoes. Michael Jordan retired for good in 2003 and the repetitive and underwhelming Shox signatures of the Vince Carter label didn’t last beyond a fifth model; simply put, there was no available hard-hitting Nike Basketball sneaker bearing a player’s name, and though Nike was ready to rebuild a superhero in the Jordan blueprint, there was no

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