Nike LeBron PE Display for “Witness History” Tour

July 23, 2013 BY / 7

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While the Jordan Brand athletes head out to China and Kobe enjoys some downtime in Europe, LeBron James and Nike has decided to hit up the Philippines for a special “Witness History” Tour, which features some cool in-store events as well as some live demos of the King on a basketball court. His time out there has already resulted in a couple of killer sneaker exhibits, including that set of incredible customs and this, a collection of player exclusives and rare pairs from King James’ career (definitely some gems in here, most of which can be seen in Justin Amazing’s collection). Starting all the way back at the Nike Air Zoom Generation, the display includes hard to track down fare like the Nike Zoom LeBron IV “Fruity Pebbles”, the “Denim” Nike LeBron 8, and the not-quite-player-exclusive Nike LeBron X “MVP”. See the sneakers after the jump and let us know if you own any of these rare LeBrons, and stay tuned for more recaps from Nike and Jordan Brand’s plans overseas.

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GeeMan2
GeeMan2

all of china is kobe country

Komplete18
Komplete18

philippines is a kobe country...

champloo_gary
champloo_gary

Lol Damon Jones will never live that dunk down

Jonathan Broder
Jonathan Broder

nike really should retro the azg..the white-black mesh and red will be golden...get it done nike! dope display!!! 

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