Nike Air Max LeBron VII x Air Jordan XI ‘Heroes Pack’ – Final Production Model

March 30, 2010 BY

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There’s good news, and there’s bad news.  The bad news is, the Nike Air Max LeBron VII x Air Jordan XI ‘Heroes Pack’ we recently previewed will *not* hit retail.  Before you start looking around for something to wipe your tears, here’s the good news: there will in fact be an AML7 x AJXI, it’s just a little different than the version we’ve seen, although it’s very unlikely that these will ever release to the public either.  Whereas the pair LDRS’ Ty showed off feature a white leather Swoosh, the final production model simply uses the red embroidered outline atop what appears to be a woven NFW side panel that mimics the pattern of the standard AML7 Flywire design.  Not a huge difference, but it means that Ty’s are now infinitely more valuable, although DJ Clark Kent’s final production version is a closer representation of the bred AJ11s.  Check out a bunch of new photos waiting for you after the jump, and stay tuned for more info just in case Nike can’t resist releasing these. via TSG

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