December 9, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
The year 2010 didn’t exactly get off on the wrong foot, as the world was shaken both literally and figuratively when a massive earthquake devastated the island of Haiti in mid January. Countless sneaker-based establishments-turned-charitable organizations came together to assist in the relief effort; Niketalk, an online community that is considered one of the pillars and cultivators of the sneaker culture, auctioned off custom sneakers, while Help Haiti accepted sneaker donations to give to the people suffering from the tragedy. Nike created special Kinbe Pa Lage colorways of the Nike Cradle Rock Low and Nike Zoom Kobe V and were auctioned off to charity, but here’s a look at a third sneaker of this special group – the Air Max LeBron VII. The Kinbe Pa Lage graphic, which was designed by the children of Forest Park Elementary School, wraps the mudguard, with an aqua blue upper and bottom sole. In fact, it appears to be a pair of the Air Max LeBron VII ‘All-Star’ with the blue wood-grain mudguard swapped out. Check out the extra images after the jump and let us know which of the three Kinbe Pa Lage colorways you like best. via NikeLeBron.