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IMO ONE OF THE MOST comfortable basketball shoes ever. Even though they are considered a little heavy now they felt so good and performed well for me.
I missed out on a few pe colorways I could of had for cheap which is a little upsetting but I think with this shoe lebron really stood out and you knew his brand was growing. "THE LEBRONS" commercials became a bigger hit even though they premiered with the 3s, he did a few nice commercials with them and it was the year he went to the finals...
Performance footwear hasn’t quite been the same since after the “Alpha Project”. We didn’t see a whole lot of innovation and we didn’t see Nike trying to push the envelope as much anymore. Shox was great; with an exciting, high-flying Vince Carter piloting the line, Nike sat back and enjoyed the fruits of its labour. But the novelty of Shox wore off pretty quickly and so did Vince Carter’s marketing lustre. That’s why the Lebron line from Nike is so refreshing in the “retro” era of footwear. Nike’s 90 million dollar man was about to be the inspiration and the canvas for designer Ken Link to wet his appetite and let his creative juices satisfy the thirst of performance hoop shoe enthusiasts around the world. With the Zoom Lebron II, “Zoom Max” was introduced along with a more edgy styling and performance benefits like the sphere inner and the now popular lock-down ankle strap. The Zoom Lebron III let Nike’s “Team Lebron” really focus on protecting the 6′8, 240lbs phenom. All that protection did Lebron well as he led Cleveland through an epic playoff run and within a defensive rebound away from the Eastern Conference Finals. Now with the Zoom Lebron IV Nike, Ken Link and “Team Lebron” are back and ready to go even further not only in the playoffs for Lebron, but further in performance in the Zoom Lebron line.
Here are some pics and videos
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_54BPMZLW0M&feature=related sounds like 50 tyson here haha
here is what i have left