Nike Air Max LeBron VII (7) – ‘MVP’ – Retail Release Version

July 15, 2010 BY

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On May 4th, the night during which the then Cleveland Cavaliers star was presented with his second consecutive NBA MVP Trophy, LeBron James wore a special colorway of the Nike Air Max LeBron VII that featured a white leather upper, grey fleece Flywire panel, and MVP stitched onto the medial side of the ankle. What was once thought to be Player Exclusive colorway for LeBron (one of many unreleased or super-limited PEs Bron’s had in the past) will in fact release to the public. In what might be the final Cleveland Cavaliers inspired colorway of LeBron shoe that will release, the Air Max LeBron VII ‘MVP’ will hit select stores soon. Minor changes have been made – most notably the change in color of the Air Unit and bottom sole from clear to a translucent crimson red. Check out the new images of the MVP LeBron VII and let us know if you’d cop even though LeBron has moved on to other locations, and stick with Sneaker News regarding release info for this special shoe. via LRJ23.

Color: White/Bronze-Team Red-Wolf Grey

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