May 10, 2013 BY John Kim
The debate of “Jordan vs. LeBron” may never be put to rest, even if LeBron matches all of MJ’s achievements when its all said and done. But what we do know is that this “rivalry” of sorts started off as a young kid idolizing the game’s best, which explains why LeBron wore #23 throughout his basketball career up until his move to Miami. Sneaker customer Freaker Sneaks combined the two basketball legends (one established, another in the making) with the Air Jordan IV “LeJordan” custom, using the Air Jordan IV “Fire Red” as the base and adding some sick LeBron-centric logos around the shoe. The old “L23” logo has replaced the Jumpman/Nike Air on the heel, while a Jumpman LeBron (wearing a Miami Heat uni) takes shape on the Flight label on the tongue (shouldn’t it have been LeBron in a Cavs uniform?). Definitely one of the more intriguing and borderline controversial customs we’ve seen to date, so check out more below and let us know if you think that after LeBron retires, his name should be regarded in the same level as Michael Jordan’s.