January 10, 2014 BY John Kim / 8 c
Okay, that’s a lot to take in at once, but bear with us here. This hybrid mash-up matches three seemingly exclusive entities – the upper of the 2010 remake of the Trainer SC, the cushioning footbed of the Air Max LeBron 7, and the Nike-issued PE logo of Amare Stoudemire. If you go back to 2010, when the shoes were two of Nike’s most prized products and Amare Stoudemire was playing MVP ball, this trifecta would’ve been a pretty huge story, but given the random timing of this shoe’s appearance, this Trainer SC 2010 x Air Max LeBron 7 PE for STAT falls under the category of “weirdest Nike samples in history”. The Auburn colorways match Amare’s Phoenix uniform pretty well, and given that the PF/C always had a strange selection of footwear following the demise of his signature line with Nike, we’re wondering what other shoes were made produced for the fickle guy. Don’t bet on a release, so check out the full photo below for perhaps the only time you’ll ever see this shoe.
@sneakernews it's upper is like the Bo Jackson's
@sneakernews Isn't that also Amare's symbol as well?
If there was more LeBron 7 in this I could understand them putting the air max on it but since it's mostly the sc it just looks like a pair of fakes.
Lol this is what a lot of fake kicks are...Stick some full length Max Air on a shoe that doesn't need it.