December 22, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 28
We’ve come to expect certain colorways from certain signature sneakers, like Kobe Bryant’s various Lakers looks as well as the ongoing Batman and Bruce Lee storylines, Kevin Durant’s Creamcicles and just-about-every-shoe-out-there’s Blackouts. And for LeBron James’ Nike Basketball signature series now in its ninth year, it’s an annual (or more) tradition to see neon accents grace some combination of white, grey/silver and/or black. The ‘Dunkman’ colorway, as it’s known, symbolizes King James’ signature breakaway dunk and looks superb on the Nike LeBron 9 as pictured above. While these images don’t depict the Dunkman insignia clearly, the colorway suggests that these dark grey, neon-soled Nines have indeed been inspired by ‘Bron’s alter ego. Check them out in greater detail after the jump and let us know how these rank up against previous year’s Nike LeBron ‘Dunkman’ releases. via Random Acts of Cool
da dunkman 7s are waaaaaay better then these... so no dunkmans fa me dis yr.. ill even take da 8s over there
o yea, what do you think is the best 9 so far? the puke colored hurricanes? or the gay colored cannons?