September 3, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne / 30
So far, the Nike LeBron X has popped up in at least one colorway that looks appropriate for the transition to the winter months – that red and white Christmas colored pair previewed last week. Is this another that we should expect to see when the weather grows colder in the coming months? The icy palette sure makes it seem that way, the cool blue and white look having already earned the nickname of the Nike LeBron X ‘Wind Chill’ in social internet circles. Click through with us to check out the first blue-based pair of the Nike LeBron X we’ve caught a glimpse of to date and let us know if this is one you’ll be checking for when the release rolls around.
Photos: The Closet Collectors
You really don't have to drop 290 unless you really can't wait for another colorway or Sales later on
love dat lace lock..looks cool but and I like the blue on this sneaker..Its nice shoe but I anit paying no damn $290 for these bitches...Sorry Nike
just when they pulled me in and i thought about gettin into this sneaker they fuckd it up for me hate this cw only ones worth gettin are the south beaches whenever they drop and the grinches
y r ppl still complaining about them being $290...when the same ppl dropped $250 on elite lebron 9s with no problem and dropped $400 -$500 on the south beach elite lebron 9s...its just a $40 increase from those and it has Nike + technology..the elite 9s were just a shoe...so please stop complaining...go to ya mans who work at footlocker or footaction and get em for $217 and change with their discount..THINK PEOPLE
These and the Gold Medal or Olympic colorway are looking pretty nice but for 290 they can keep them.
If these are being called the "Wind Chill" colorway, I wonder what the Summit Lake colorway will look like...
See, certain color ways will change opinions in a second lol. These r fresh and my favorite x cw so far
@speedzoner7000 only because of nike+