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NIKEiD Zoom Soldier VII Preview

July 18, 2013 BY / 5

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The Nike Zoom Soldier VII has made a lot of noise lately, seen on the feet of LeBron himself at his skills academy camp and appearing in a wave of enticing colorways. For the first time though, LeBron’s subsidiary team line will have next to unlimited color options thanks to its inclusion in NIKEiD. Based on these images it looks like the sneaker will debut on the site soon, but for now scroll below to get a better look at some of the options and let us know if you’ll be creating your own colorway.


Photos: @abt_lrj23

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5 comments
qtbigwatts
qtbigwatts

These are fresh! iD an OKC Thunder colorway yes sir

qtbigwatts
qtbigwatts

I will iD an Oklahoma City THUNDER colorway for sure!

JFresh_136
JFresh_136

I like these over the 11s, and they're cheaper..



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