You thought you already saw a low version of the LeBron’s latest, but that featured no flywire and a small Air Unit. This upcoming shoe is a truer version of the Nike Air Max LeBron VII Low, taking with it the flywire upper and full-length 360-Air unit that gave the LeBron VII an identity. LeBron history has shown the low-top to be somewhat of an afterthought, but these have potential to be as popular as the Mid version. It still sports a fairly high cut but offers just the right amount for ankle support. Jordan lows were widely successful, could LeBron’s follow suit? Continue reading for extra images and stick with Sneaker News for the lowdown on all things Nike LeBron. via MS.