- Joined May 12, 2013
look like inspired of Charles Barkley's signature shoes
a simple replacement of purple instead of red would have been okPurple & gold is not a every day thing bro.
those colors are too flashy and bright. I love my lakers, but even I don’t want to wear purple shoes often. Nike don’t want to sell to just laker fans imo.
You seem out of touch.Wrong, dog. Lakers are an identifiable brand based on their lore and bulk of Hall Of Fame players.
They should be able to sell especially in the current period because of their resurgence with an imminent Hall Of Famer in LeBron James.
Wow releases in sept., that’s early for a Bron. They’ll still be in the bubble then. Must be real traction to the next season possibly starting in March. Want to get them on his feet and on tv while he is visible.
Yeah especially this part:it's interesting
That doesn't sound like anything I want a part of, but I hope the setup actually works. It'll be interesting to try on that's for sure. The back looks like the back of an Air Max Plus III.The forefoot is divided into quadrants with thin siping, broadening as you move toward the heel for a stricter grid warp, at which point the traction softens. The transition allows each area of the foot to benefit from the appropriate traction properties; no space is wasted. “There’s this subtle valley in the heel, but it shifts to all business in the forefoot so LeBron can feel tuned to the floor,” says Petrie.
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