June 14, 2012 BY Aaron Hope
The Nike LeBron 9 is a spectacular performance machine, and though its techy build is the kind of thing that’s become far more ‘wearable’ in the context of slimmer pants, these do have the kind of versatility of older, more traditional designs like the Air Jordan VI in the sense that they’ve become arguably the most popular ‘blank canvas’ for custom designs. We’ve seen countless color-swaps on the LeBron 9, but this latest concept from Peculiar Kinetics proves that their movements are indeed unorthodox. This ‘Alley Art’ LeBron 9 ends up being one of the most intriguing customs applied to this silo as a result, its colorful palette and graffiti-inspired styling reminiscent of the high-energy colorways that have done so well during this product cycle. Have a closer look at these after the jump, let us know how they compare to the best LeBron 9 and other customs seen here on Sneaker News and check back with us for the newest custom kicks.