Nike LeBron 11
After two back-to-back championships LeBron James had a great line of footwear, however even with the success he achieved with his previous models he wasn’t feeling quite right. LeBron wasn’t feeling the lockdown he needed to keep his foot supported at all times. Nike came out with the LeBron 11 and out of the three with the KD 6s and Kobe 9s, the LeBron 11 was the most receptive as far as seeing the most wear outside of the court.
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“James has consistently fed back to his shoe designers that he wants to feel locked down, as if the shoes are an extension of his feet, for the 1,000+ directional changes he makes per game. Nike Basketball designers aim to build on the strengths of his game and provide protection for his powerful force without hindering his intricate precision on the court.
Built from the inside out, the LEBRON 11 is the lightest and lowest LeBron signature shoe ever. It weighs approximately 14.5 oz in a men’s size 9.
The upper is built in a new way, featuring revolutionary Nike Hyperposite technology for lightweight lock-down, while taking protection, containment and responsiveness to a new level. The upper incorporates Nike Hyperfuse construction and dynamic Flywire technology to bring natural motion to James’s game.
The LEBRON 11 is deconstructed to get James’s foot much lower to the ground so he can feel the court, while enhancing cushioning via the full length Lunarlon and Nike Zoom unit – a combination featured for the first time in a LeBron signature shoe.
The LEBRON 11 features key performance innovations and benefits including:
• New Nike Hyperposite technology: Uses lightweight materials designed to move with the foot to provide protection, containment and responsiveness.
• Nike Hyperfuse construction and Dynamic Flywire technology: Provides a dynamic fit and excellent lockdown, bringing natural motion to the court.
• A combination of Lunarlon and Nike Zoom units: For soft, springy responsiveness”-Nike
LeBron didn’t wear the shoe too much during the NBA season even though Nike made changes to the shoe that was more catered to LeBron midway through the season.
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Terracotta Warrior’ (Mine Grey/Electro Purple-Mercury Grey-Newsprint)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘King’s Pride’ (Parachute Gold/Arctic Green-Dark Loden-Blue)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Away’ (Black/Metallic Silver-University Red)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Forging Iron’ (Urban Orange/Light Armory Blue-Laser Orange)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Gamma Blue’ (Armory Slate/Gamma Blue-Light Armory Blue)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Akron VS. Miami’ (Brave Blue/Mineral Teal-Atomic Pink)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Miami Nights’ (Black/Metallic Silver-Pink Foil)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Christmas’ (Green Glow/Light Crimson-Arctic Green)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Dunkman’ (Mica Green/Sea Spray-Dark Mica Green-Volt)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Graffiti’ (White/University Red-Black)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘BHM’ (Anthracite/Metallic Gold-Purple Venom)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Gator King’ (Cashmere/Green Glow-Purple Dynasty)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Atomic Orange’ (Atomic Orange/Green Abyss-Glacier Ice)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘What The LeBron’ (Black Lava/Silver Ice-Galaxy Blue)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘Ever Glades’ (Black/Metallic Silver-Wolf Grey-Atomic Mint)
Nike LeBron 11 ‘2k14’ (Challenge Red/Metallic Gold-Ice )
Nike LeBron 11 ‘South Beach’ (Sport Turquoise/Medium Mint-Black)
Nike LeBron 11 Elite ‘Team’ (Wolf Grey/Laser Crimson-Cool Grey-Black)
Nike LeBron 11 Elite ‘Hero’ (Laser Crimson/Turbo Green-Black)
Nike LeBron 11 Elite ‘Gold’ (Black/White-Metallic Gold-Bright Mango)
Nike LeBron 11 Low ‘Easter’ (White/Light Lucid Green-Lucid Green-Metallic)
Nike LeBron 11 Low ‘Crimson’ (Light Base Grey/Laser Crimson-Base Grey)
Nike LeBron 11 Low ‘Atomic Mango’ (Atomic Mango/Light Base Grey-Kumquat-Medium Base Grey)
Nike LeBron 11 Ext ‘Blue Suede’ (Game Royal/Game Royal-Black)
Nike LeBron 11 Ext ‘Denim’ (Black/Black-Denim)
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