Wonder if this shoe is better to play in or if he's trying to distance himself from the shoe that Nike is pushing out with his name attached, that is already generating nothing but negative publicity.
August 23, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 1
He’s already responsible for the most expensive basketball sneaker ever released and will soon push the market to unprecedented territory with a $300+ signature model, but LeBron James has shown up exclusively in one of his secondary models during a celebratory tour of China. The two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, reigning NBA Champion and three-time MVP (all those summer of 2010 and ’11 doubts start to sound a little silly when you read that this August, no?) is apparently quite fond of the Nike Air Max Ambassador 5, and the black/red colorway in particular. Click through to see it in action ‘against’ the Nike Hyperdunk+ LeBron wore in London and let us know where this new Ambassador V ranks among a signature series that continues to set new standards from all angles.