December 2, 2011 BY John Kim
What you see above is just part of what Nike iD is all about; It gives us the opportunity to create unforeseen colorways on sneaker models that we previously only imagined could occur. And when a colorway transfers so perfectly from one to another, it creates a visual masterpiece and fulfills a sneakerheads dream – just think back on the amazing results of the Zoom KD III ‘Entourage’ iDs. Of course, the hot Nike iD topic as of late is easily the Nike LeBron 9, and Sneaker News has been keeping you up to date with the best designs around; the ‘Super Flame‘, ‘Vancouver Canucks‘, and the ‘Taxi‘ were all great works, but this latest design by Sendo, inspired by the Nike Zoom Kobe V ‘Throw It Down’ PE made for Shannon Brown, might be the best we’ve seen yet. Every little detail is perfect (or as close to it as possible), with the White/Grey upper matching the red insole and blue/green midsole/outsole combination, and the concept behind the shoe is equally as impressive; the creator of this design calls on that 2010 Dunk Contest that featured Shannon Brown, with swirling rumors of LeBron joining the competition fueling the excitement. It’s a design like this one that’ll have us racing to Nike iD, testing our own abilities in creating these sick shoes. We’ve got a detailed gallery of this well-thought out Nike LeBron 9 iD below, so take a good look and let us know what you think. via Sendo on hk-kicks.
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