October 9, 2012 BY John Kim / 0
The ailment of a sneakerhead – the need to own multiple colorways of one shoe model. Nike iD isn’t helping the cure, but is anyone complaining? Your mouths are already salivating at all the sick colorways that have already been produced by Nike, but with the LeBron X now available on iD, the product is in your hands. Featuring a plethora of color options that should make for some straightforward combos like ‘Miami Hurricanes’ or ‘Cavaliers Hardwood Classic’, to say the LeBron X iD is ‘unleashed’ would be an understatement. Also, note that there are three price options for the LeBron X iD; $220 for the shoe, $240 for Nike+ enabled, and $310 for Nike+ enabled with the Sport Pack. Get a move on right now at Nike iD and let us know what sick colorways you come up with.
Nike LeBron X iD
$240 (Nike+ enabled)
$210 (Nike+ enabled with Sport Pack)
Tags: Nike LeBron X+ iD
Now that ID is available for these what's the point and coppin general releases. Appreciate the color selection this go around
Well looks like you can make your own south beach colorway and a galaxy looking color similar to the 9 galaxy that dropped earlier this year. Good color options to choose from.
what the differents between the "nike +" and the "nike + sport package"? just comes with special packaging?
@Iamme85 Exact thing what I was thinking. Just bring out the Lebron 11 now haha
@pickme828 like what pickme828 said: you get the option but not the electronics...in other words, you get the "chiseled" swoosh and lace-lock without the sport+ gear
@pickme828 nike + sport package has the electronics with it, and the regular + version doesn't come with the electronics but has the spaces/plugs for them and you can buy them separately. Essentially, if you buy one nike + sport kit (just the electronics) you can have a bunch of different lebron colorways and you can switch the same kit to each of the enabled ones. Hopefully i did a good enough job explaining that