Nike LeBron 9 Low ‘Floridians’ – New Photos
When you put out a colorway as crazy as Vivid Orange, Cherry and white on a model as popular as the Nike LeBron 9 Low, people are going to talk. Soon after the first images of this spectacularly energetic summer colorup first surfaced, it was dubbed ‘Bubblicious’ for its resemblance to a bubble gum LeBron endorses, and has since been compared to everything from rainbow sherbet to an alternate look for the University of Tennessee women’s hoop squad. But in truth, this wild LeBron 9 Low was inspired by the ABA’s Miami Floridians, a team that beat the Heat to South Beach by a good twenty years. The Floridians’ distinctive magenta, orange, black and white jerseys were resurrected as a Miami alternate this year, but these LeBron 9 Lows stand to be a mainstay for those looking to turn heads during the dog days. Check them out up close below and let us know if these’ll get your money during the upcoming Cinco de Mayo blowout. Photos: HK
Nike LeBron 9 Low
Yoo real rap I can get y'all shoes and u just pay shipping and like 20 bucks only retros sell out the first day and I'm on lists for early cops (and have a guy at foot action that will hold) and if I go there there's 5 more stores n no one lines up @sour412
i adore these. idk why yet. they r extremely comfortable i can tell u that bc i tried on the sprite 9 lows today at my job but this color is just awesome. out there and different! wish lebron and the heat would wear the floridians jersey more often too!
Throw on some think pink Kay yow elite socks and creamsicle polo w/ some cargo. It would be so cute, maybe even powder up my face a little bit. I'd knock at least 1 bad chick.
I get paid right before these come out. So there is a chance I might get them. That $150 tag is killing me though
I saw a pair that look just like these the other day, they were called the Bubblicious though. These are still tight though.
I realize how bad buying shoes has come, that I personally often make a purchase just to get it at retail, even though I'm truly not sold/decided if I like/want the pair I'm buying. This pair will fall into that category. There's a definite chance I will want/like this colorway and may end up keeping and rocking the pair I buy. If I don't like though, I am selling and guess what, I have no reason to sell it at retail anymore since someone else who missed out will be willing to spend about $200-$240 on these very shortly after release. But this is my exact problem, if I miss out on a release for one day or even minutes, I am forced to spend an additional 50-100 immediately. Why in the world would I want to do this at all, I want to spend retail or less if possible so I make the undecided purchase. Everyone is bitching about re-sellers, but I think anyone besides whole-sellers is completely screwed currently. The money I use to buy/sell sneakers stays that way, meaning I don't pocket that extra 50 bucks for my savings, I basically use it to buy something else I missed on that is still worth retail, but is being sold for 50+ more within seconds. My point is, I'm not buying with any intent to resell whatsoever, but the way this shit works right now I often times do end up reselling simply because the current state of sneaker affairs dictates that.