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NIKEiD Designs a “Miami” LeBron 11

November 1, 2013 BY / 5

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In 2011, LeBron James changed the landscape of the entire NBA with his infamous “Decision” to take his talents to Miami, but what nobody anticipated was the “South Beach” colorway that followed atop his Nike LeBron 8 that’s been reused and mimicked an infinite amount of times over the past three years. NIKEiD has been bringing us their best LeBron 11 creations over the past few weeks, most recently designing a heavy royal “2-Time MVP” look. Now they take the Miami Vice inspired scheme and place it on King James’ eleventh signature. With the flash pink only delegated to a subtle speckle and treatment on the inner lining, teal does the rest of the work on this ID mock up. Continue reading to get a full look and let us know where this Miami inspired LeBron 11 ID ranks in your books.

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The 8s will be the only lebron that makes the south beach colorway look nice. The rest that have drop with that colorway dont fit the shoes.

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