The basketball athlete from the World Champion Miami Heat rocked these joints in the Summer Olympics (which I don’t want to bring up since his Team USA blew off Team Nigeria by a lot) and these are scheduled to be released next week for $270. The price for this shoe is so great (great as in large, not great as in epic) that an article on ESPN about these kicks received up to 3,000 comments, and one of them got a young adult from the Santa Clarita Valley in serious trouble after making threats about the kids who would camp out for these.
Honestly, those Lebron’s look uninteresting.
That last photo of them was taken by another photographer at the Westfield Topanaga mall yesterday, which is where I work only weekends. I’ve seen them several times before, but it would’ve been dope if they were walking around the mall during my weekend shift and if I convinced them to getting their photo taken in vintage clothing and Kanye in his Black/Infrared VI’s.
The Beaverton, Oregon athletic sports apparel company now has the exclusive rights to manufacture and sponsor jerseys and clothing for the National Football League since Reebok’s decade long contract with them expired this year. I think their kind of over doing it with the promotion and the replica jerseys are overpriced but then again, its Nike. They can do whatever they want. Plus its the only brand of shoes that I’ve been wearing for the past 7 years.