December 8, 2010 BY John Kim
In early August Sneaker News gave you look at the Air Max LeBron VII Wear-Test Sample – a sample production shoe given to LeBron James and a few athletes to wear and test out the shoe. Here we get another look at this rare sample, and if you thought the LeBron VII reminded you of the Air Jordan XI due to the patent leather mudguard and colorway, this colorway’s as close as you’re ever going to get. However the most peculiar feature of this sample is the LeBron James medallion on the rear ankle of the shoe; the produced version features the L23 logo, but given LeBron’s claims of switching to number 6 even before he began his last year as a Cleveland Cavalier, Nike decided to throw up a question mark leaving it to wear-testers to decide 23 or 6. Take a look at the extra angles after the jump and let us know if you’d cop this colorway if it released. via LRJ23.