Nike Zoom LeBron VI (6) Preview

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Nike Zoom LeBron VI (6)
The Zoom LeBron VI is atleast six months away as with all LeBron signature sneakers – they drop just before the NBA season starts. This new ZLVI is being called out as the lightest, at 14.5 oz, while previous models have been heavy due to LeBron’s explosiveness and weight. We will assume that Ken Link, the designer of the last few LeBron signature sneakers also designed these. From the sketch that was posted and quickly deleted a short while back, the swoosh seems to have been added while the sketch only had the LeBron logo in the place where the swoosh is now. This white, black and red coloway is due out October 1st, 2008 as a limited release and an all black colorway will drop 12/12/2008. On another note, this can potentially be an early design that can be replaced. Photo: Fear23 /Niketalk

Check the sketch below…
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