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Nike Air Max Lebron VII (Sold Out)

Product Data

  • Style: 375664-102
  • Color: White / Black-Varsity Red
  • MSRP: $160.00
  • Popularity:  0 / 100

Description

Nike Air Max Lebron VII

Here is the highly anticipated Nike Air Max LeBron VII. It is the lightest LeBron James signature model to date and features many new innovations from Nike, including a basketball-specific Max Air unit that contains 80% more air than previous full-length units, and a Flywire engineered upper that has higher tensile-strength cable. Since they're LeBron's signature model, they also feature 23 stripes in the midsection represent his number, a 3D decoder key which, when the shoe is rotated, displays his credos, and seven Nike Flywire strands on the tongue to represent his seventh model. Every year Nike creates a LeBron model with "never seen before" additions, built for a player with the abilities to match.

Product Reviews

Overall Rating for Nike Air Max Lebron VII

(6 reviews)

1st non-jordan shoe

dan sullivan, syracuse,ny

Haven't rocked anything but jordans for YEARS. Had to try these and wasn't disappointed. Got the White/Blue too

1st non-jordan shoe

dan sullivan, syracuse,ny

Haven't rocked anything but jordans for YEARS. Had to try these and wasn't disappointed. Got the White/Blue too

Millard Hoek, Twinsburg, Ohio

This is the ultimate in Basketball footwear. Very Light weight and durable. It makes the perfect shoe for playing the game.

Loose around the ankle

Gerron, Houston

Great new look. Unlike any other shoes out right now. There are only two things I dont like about them. They are very loose around the ankle if you suffer from ankle sprains often and the toe of the shoe doesn't have any flexibility(they dont bend).

Excellent shoes!

Scott, Wi

Light, responsive and comfortable...great support also.....what else is there to say....I love 'em!

Lebron 7

raymen, royal palm beach, fl

The Air Max LeBron VII is a great innovation in basketball shoes. It's terrific fit, comfort, cushioning, and performance combine with stunning aesthetics to form a true luxury balling sneaker. Priced very high at $160, it's actually quite difficult for me to argue that they aren't worth every penny. However, they're not suited for the average player; if you're a lighter player that naturally plays the guard position, you might be better off sticking to the Huarache's and Zoom BB's; this shoe is tuned for big forwards and quick centers. Players who crave the feel of Zoom Air will be left wanting a little more.