Nike Air Max LeBron VII Hyperfuse ‘HWC’ PE

June 6, 2011 BY

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We’ve seen more unreleased versions than released versions of LeBron James’ sneakers, but most of those samples and PEs were brand new colorways. Here’s a look at a never-before-seen Air Max LeBron VII Hyperfuse, which features the lightweight material on the upper, taking the place of the Flywire shell seen on other Air Max LeBron VII releases. The bottom end of the shoe features the same AMLVII construction, with a patent leather mudguard and 360-Max Air sole, but the upper is given a considerable weight reduction thanks to Nike’s lightweight technology. We’ve seen a few variations of the HWC PE colorway, but this tonal-orange joint is unlike the others we’ve seen. This rare hybrid PE was spotted at yesterday’s Sneakerfriends Atlanta, likely belonging to Mayor of the ATF Crew. Continue reading for another look and let us know what you think of the Air Max LeBron VII Hyperfuse. via UGSoles.

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