April 13, 2011 BY John Kim
“Engineered support…only where he needs it.”
Last year’s LeBron VII P.S. didn’t have full-length Max Air, so what’s all the commotion about the LeBron 8 P.S.? Full-length Max Air is undoubtedly one of the more aesthetically pleasing features on a basketball shoe, but remember that the P.S. is about performance first. For the LeBron 8 P.S., Jason Petrie explains the function of the Hyperfuse upper as well as the newly designed midsole cushioning system, and in a nutshell, it’s to give LeBron the support only where he needs it, and to give him a whole new experience. The LeBron 8 P.S. is technically sound in every way possible, and as LeBron begins his quest for championship glory, he’ll need the P.S. to be the best it can be. Continue reading to hear Jason Petrie break down the LeBron 8 P.S. and let us know how far LeBron will get in the 2011 Playoffs.
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