February 4, 2014 BY Brendan Dunne / 21
The Nike LeBron 9 Elite was a sneaker that was way more prolific in the sample realm than it was in the retail one. Amongst those never released pairs, this colorway remains one of the more puzzling. The sneakers feature a South Beach looking colorway and some detailing that points to LeBron’s capturing of the MVP award that year. The latter has some making a “Statue of Liberty” connection thanks to the metallic detailing in place, but we’ve got a feeling that’s just a coincidence. See a full set of angles on the pink-liner version of the shoes and then check out the rare chance to own these samples from kixrx on eBay.
@ReemBoi25 but why the black and gold!!
@sneakernews NAH,I don't they are too werid
@sneakernews Si , Me Gusta ❤️
@sneakernews looks like a terribly designed nike id
@sneakernews gold to white
@sneakernews not my style
@sneakernews I just came
@_imNICE_ they are okay