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Nike LeBron 10 “What the 60s” by District Customs

January 6th, 2014 by / 15

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On the couple of mashup looking LeBron shoes that have been created the colorways are purely self-referential. Imagining a version that pulls its inspiration from more than just previously released LeBrons is this new 1960s themed District Customs joint. The one-off LeBron X sneakers feature a groovy, colorful palette that features the likes music legends The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix. Take a look at the results with us after the break and then get in touch with District Customs if you want a similarly colorful pair for yourself. Also, stay tuned to Sneaker News to find out if the “What The” theme ends up making its way onto the LeBron 11.



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15 comments
schopes
schopes

These customs are on another level, too dope

187swizz
187swizz

These look fruity, just like lebron.

219toChi
219toChi

I fuck your mom while your dad watches.

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