May 16, 2014 BY John Kim / 12
Just like the “Blue Suede” before it, the Nike LeBron 11 “Denim” existed in a couple of different sample forms before the final retail version was settled on. Giving us a little bit more insight as to what those pairs looked like is Nike Sportswear Senior Designer Jonathon Johnson-Griffin, who reveals some Denim samples of the EXT 11. He reveals that LeBron himself hand-picked the denim finish on the shoe (the left one pictured above), but throughout the rest of the video, he also gives insight on the other Extension releases like the “Crown Jewel” (which has been called “King’s Crown” for the time being). Check out the video below, and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more on the LeBron 11.
@sneakernews still ugly
@sneakernews Both better the the on they released. But the black one are sick.
@sneakernews these should've released instead
Do you know how to have a job like this ? I mean, what studies undertake ? I'm studying physics and mathematics in France for the moment but the passion of sneakers is inside me lol
@SaySayNicolas Industrial Design is the degree these guys usually have. They have some great design schools in France.
The other two denim colorways were nice also. That crowns jewel colorway is going to be a problem lol. So dope as well as the concept behind it.