September 24, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 13
Hot on the heels of the very first LeBron Ten release comes our first look at the lowtop version that’ll debut in 2013. The Nike LeBron X Low sneaks onto the scene with a look at four different colorways including a ‘Crown Jewel’-ish vibrant red getup, two blue styles and one with HWC/Knicks implications. These invert the LeBron 9’s passage from mid to low in that the LeBron 10 Low adds substantial amounts of Flywire visible on the side panels, and you can see how it looks in both contrasting and monochromatic blocking patterns after the jump below. This is just a small preview of what’s to come next summer, but let us know: how does the LeBron 10 Low compare to its nine older brothers?
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His Lows are a rippoff considering lacc of ankle support and detail for over 150 fucc that only 2s were worthwhile lows in all blk n all wht stylistically and lazer tatoo detailing exposed 7s and 8s were cool but not the best only certain colors which were too hard to comeby
lerbon 8 was by far the best year.. now lebrons are just jokes.. nothing like a Lebron 8 south beach
I'm reeeeaaallly feelin those entourage & solar red/crown jewel-esk lows... need those... and again fa me, jus like da 9s, da 10s look better in da lows then da standard high top...
For the past 3 lebron signatures the low top editions have been the same damn shoe with minor changes to the upper. It's time for something new Nike time to get a little more creative.
I've never bought a low top basketball shoe and I don't think I'll start now, even though I do like the Bron X's
@LebronsBitch666 that makes no sense considering the Lebron X high is 180....
Comparing the Nike LeBron 10 Low and LeBron 11 Low by Brendan Dunne 22 Comments