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A Sketched History Of Jason Petrie’s Nike LeBron Designs

Take an artistic trip down LeBron James sneaker history lane with this sketched recap of some of the greatest hits by the designer himself. Jason Petrie took over the heralded LeBron signature line with the start of the VII, and there’s no denying that King James sneaker stock went up considerably once he took the helm. It all started with the LeBron VII, which featured Flywire and full-length visible Air Max, and has evolved into an innovation-driven lineage of basketball footwear that is considered to be most technically advanced hoops shoe in the world.

So why this sketched history? Could Jason be buttering us up for the LeBron 14, which is set for a release soon after the LeBron Soldier 10 has finished its run? Stay tuned.

Source: sevenzro1


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