July 27, 2012 BY John Kim / 2
In 2010, the world was in shock as a massive earthquake tore into Haiti, leaving the country in major need of global aid. Nike did its part with the Kinbe Pa Lage effort, which focused on raising funds toward the Haiti relief fund; the set of Nike Basketball gear, which included the LeBron VII, Kobe V, and Cradle Rock Low, was designed by students at Forest Park Elementary School where half the students are of Haitian descent, and the sneakers alone were never released and produced in very small numbers. A rare size 10.5 has just popped up for sale so if you’re interested in copping the kicks – either as a LeBron collector or in remembrance of the event – check out the listing from bkals_24 on eBay.
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