The tenth LeBron shoe is a major milestone for Nike. LeBron is the first player to reach that mark since Jordan did in ’95, and it couldn’t have arrived at a more opportune time, with LeBron taking home nearly every trophy available. Nike Sportswear joined in the celebration by creating this awesome ‘Cork’ upper, lined with a pristine brown leather and stitched with a regal red for an outstanding presence never before displayed by the Nike LeBron shoe. These are shaping up to be the must-have release of the LeBron X, so check out this thorough gallery below and see if the pre-order is worth the asking price by checking out the listing from sneakeryeti on eBay.
Dont get mad at the resellers get mad at your self. Its not the resellers fault that they can buy a shoe for $300 and resell it for $2,000. just think about it theres alot of suckers to be licked and if your complaining your probably one of them. If not this time maybe the next.
@SneakerCraze Its the random's that BUY them at those prices that sicken ME. Because i hate being classified under the same 'sneakerhead' category as these people. I'd rather buy 10-20 pairs of fresh new innovative sneakers, or something NOT limited, all about shape, materials, colours. Not one pair of some hyped up shit with a rape reseller price, because its limited. People wanna collect retro's of AM90 Infrared, do you think they'll be clamoring for the Lebron X 'CORK' in 10-15 yrs time? Its just a cheap marketing gimmick used to swindle dumb kids out of their money, like the Galaxy Foams. Throw on a cheap print of something gimmicky, make limited = popular. Not GOOD. Just popular. Says more about the people that BUY them as opposed to who SELLS them. I try to disassociate myself from these dudes by now thinking of us guys as "Sole Collector's"... all about the soles. These young "Sneakerheads" can have their limited gimmicky(needs a fancy box or something to sell), 'sneakers'... which they have to pay 5 times as much over retail for, and funnily enough they never WEAR them. Ever seen anyone wear Galaxy Foams? No, because they ugly, look like toys for kids, and they wont be able to sell them and get there money back. They aren't sneakers, they're hand changing commodities like drugs. And Nike be your dealer!