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Nike Air Max Ambassador IV – ‘Blackout’

August 17, 2011 BY / 0

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Geared towards the Asian market due to the lack of indoor gym availability, the Nike Air Max Ambassador IV is a shoe that is able to handle any outdoor-court adversity without losing a step in performance. Sneaker News recently gave you a look at detailed images of the White/Red-Black colorway of the Nike Air Max Ambassador IV as well as some other interesting upcoming varieties, but here we have the ‘Blackout’ colorway – a staple in the Nike LeBron line. LeBron James is undoubtedly an ambassador for the game of basketball, and he certainly acted as one during his trip to China where the Ambassador IV was first spotted. Despite the tonal black motif, the Ambassador IV ‘Blackout’ possesses a unique contrasting visual on the textured toe as well as the fierce lion logo on the heel. Check out the additional angles of the ‘Blackout’ Ambassador IV and let us know what you think. via Kenlu.


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