November 13, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 19
LeBron James spent some rare on-court time in the LeBron 11 during last night’s Heat/Bucks match up down in Miami. Mind you the time was pretty short-apparently he switched back to the Nike LeBron X after the first time out. Of course the rumors go that LeBron’s feeling just a bit uncomfortable in the LeBron 11, specifically in the toebox area-and we’re inclined to believe that given how regularly he’s opted out of his newest signature shoe. Continue reading for the full shot of this new player exclusive pair and stay tuned for NBA Feet updates from the Sneaker News team.
People make a huge deal out of nothing. Who cares what shoes he wears, he has a job to do and a title to go after. What he wears, or anybody wears for that matter, shouldn't matter to you if it feels good on your foot. He doesn't like em. Omg the world is coming to an end. Nike needs to make money n they prolly have a contract with him. I like the 11s but the 10's are just that much better. I don't blame LeBron at all. Get ya rings
The 11s are so fuckin tight in the toebox it's ridiculous... I was gonna get the kings pride ones but changed my mind after trying them on
anybody else notice this pair is different from the retail version. the back of the shoe doesnt have the weird dip its more like the elites.
The Lebron 11's are the most uncomfortable shoe I've ever owned. The toe-box was designed by 3 yr olds with crayons and masking tape apparently. Must be different than the wear test samples Lebron wore during the early summer months too.
@Sneakerhead4real coming from the guy with a picture of kobe as his av.
@Cpack my same thought, they look way too much like those 6s
@B3L1k3M33 i disagree completely, the 11s are so comfy to ball in, they fit my foot perfectly.
guess we are all different
@dverse yeah his toes are jacked
@bsaber911 no look at it right. the pull tab if you want to call it that doesnt look like the retail version. This pull tab is like the elite 10s i have the 11s they dont look like this. This pair has a more traditional feel rather the retail version has an awkward dip that rubs your heel a lil