February 13th, 2013 by John Kim / 10
LeBron James is about to embark on his ninth straight NBA All-Star Game, wearing the insanely colorful and vibrant Nike LeBron X inspired by Extraterrestrials. It’s been a steady increase in detailing for LeBron James’ All-Star sneakers, which first started in 2004 with the tonal ‘Wheat’ colorway of the Nike Air Zoom Generation that LeBron wore during the Rookie Challenge, and year after year, LeBron has had the luxury of showcasing his All-Star designs as a Starter for the Eastern Conference. You might’ve forgotten what LeBron James has worn over the last decade, so check out this complete retrospective of LeBron James’ All-Star sneakers.
As we mentioned before, it started in 2004 when LeBron James represented the Rookie squad during the Rookie Challenge. What followed was a string of nine of more models in special ‘East’ colorways with the occasional outburst in detail like the Zoom LeBron IV ‘All-Star Remix’ and last year’s incredibly popular ‘Galaxy’. Which is your favorite? Check out all nine below with some rare in-game shots and let us know what you think.
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Never been a fan of the 5s , but those All Star make ups, both very tough.....That All Star 4 still to this day top 5 LJ shoe of any model
@phenom206 Thats not the West uniform, its the back of the East uniforms