Nike Air Max LeBron VII ‘Heroes Pack’ – Deion Sanders – New Images

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It’s infinitely more likely that he’ll resign with Cleveland’s Cavaliers than its Browns, but at 6’8″ 265 of rock solid muscle, is there any doubt LeBron James could have been one helluva NFL tight end?  It’s been the source of speculation and even a State Farm commercial, but isn’t totally unfounded.  Apparently, Bron was a big fan of the last great two-sport athlete, Deion Sanders.  That’s why alongside the Air Jordan XI-inspired model, the Nike Air Max LeBron VII Heroes Pack will contain a Neon Deion-inspired pair.  Deion himself wore Air Jordan XI cleats, so this shoe comes full circle by combining that shiny patent leather with the red/black/white/gold color scheme that will pop up on this fall’s Air Diamond Turf retros.  It’s unclear when and if these will hit retail, but it doesn’t seem likely. Stick with Sneaker News for any updates.  via got_kickz on ISS

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