October 4, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 16
The closest we’ve seen to a ‘Blackout’ Nike LeBron 9 was that funky Flywire-heavy unbranded sample, so although you can pretty well count on a Triple Black look from each and every Nike LeBron shoe, this one’s still unprecedented. All-black colorways have been popular for years, even before Jay-Z’s hit ‘Run This Town’ made reference to American Express’ most exclusive account. The Centurion Card supposedly conferred to its holders unlimited buying capacity, a fitting analogy to the unbeatable versatility offered by a totally black sneaker. Click through to see more and let us know how these LeBron 9 Blackouts compare to the Miami Heat-inspired inline colorway. via youbigdummy on NT.
Nike LeBron 9
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whack whack whack whack whack no matter what color way there in there whack !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i hate his shoes he needs a solid designer they look like every other uptempo air ever made totally whack
the all-black cw makes you realize that the shape of this shoe really looks a lot worse than the Lebron 7 or Lebron 8.. nike can make it look better with fancy colors but this shoe is a fail in my opinion... (just talking about the look though..)
this shoe really relies on a solid colorway to make it enjoyable, the all blacks are cool but they're nothing special...
No it doesn't. No color-way makes this shoe look good. The hype of an "Exclusive" color-way makes it look good in some peoples eyes. Damn shame.