In 2010, Jason Petrie, the head designer of the Nike Air Max LeBron VII, unveiled the Nike LeBron VII P.S. – a second signature shoe designed specifically for LeBron James to use in the postseason. Shedding full-length Air and opting for Zoom, the LeBron VII P.S. was a lighter alternative that gave LeBron James an easier ride as he approached the 28-game postseason. Here’s a look at an unreleased Wear-Test Sample colorway of the P.S.; it features a tonal black upper with nubuck on the mudguard to contrast with the Flywire shell upper, and a translucent outsole for an added pop. Would you have copped these if they released? Check out the additional images below and let us know what you think. via NL.