October 9th, 2012 by John Kim
The ailment of a sneakerhead – the need to own multiple colorways of one shoe model. Nike iD isn’t helping the cure, but is anyone complaining? Your mouths are already salivating at all the sick colorways that have already been produced by Nike, but with the LeBron X now available on iD, the product is in your hands. Featuring a plethora of color options that should make for some straightforward combos like ‘Miami Hurricanes’ or ‘Cavaliers Hardwood Classic’, to say the LeBron X iD is ‘unleashed’ would be an understatement. Also, note that there are three price options for the LeBron X iD; $220 for the shoe, $240 for Nike+ enabled, and $310 for Nike+ enabled with the Sport Pack. Get a move on right now at Nike iD and let us know what sick colorways you come up with.
Nike LeBron X iD
$240 (Nike+ enabled)
$210 (Nike+ enabled with Sport Pack)
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October 2nd, 2012 by John Kim
Nike iD gives us the opportunity to realize some dream colorways of our favorite kicks, so when Sneaker News confirmed the LeBron X+ iD yesterday, we already had some ideas come up in our heads. Two of the most popular LeBron colorways of all-time are certainly the ‘South Beach’, which debuted with the LeBron 8, and the ‘Sprite’, which has its roots dating back to the Zoom LeBron III, so Nike whipped up some quick renderings for you to gawk at. We don’t need to say just how jaw-dropping these really are, so peep the full shots below and let us know in the comments if you have some other LeBron X+ iD colorways in the works.
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October 1st, 2012 by Aaron Hope
LeBron James is about to find out what it’s like to defend an NBA Championship and his Nike Basketball signatures are looking to keep their streak alive with another kind of back-to-back. The Nike LeBron X+ iD starts a tradition by following up on last year’s supremely popular customization canvas and adding that ring-celebrating banner-raftering swagger along with Nike+ integration. The LeBron 10 iD debuts next Tuesday, October 9th just before King James and the Heat take on Lob City for two Chinese exhibitions, so stick with Sneaker News for updates on both the NIKEiD options and all of LeBron’s 2012-13 sneaker stylings.
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