American graffiti: LeBron XI
Nike dropped nine different editions of the LeBron XI in 2013, and not a single one of them featured the color white. That's all about to change, though. These kicks are Nike's blank canvas, and the Swooshlords decided to paint a graffiti masterpiece in white, black and crimson red.
Against a jet black base, an intricate white graffiti design splatters all across the upper for a look that's both abstract and aggressive. It's the red hints on the trim, lining and Nike branding, though, that bring some heat to the otherwise cool neutral palette. Ready to make strides in these sneakers? Then cop a pair for $200 at any Jimmy Jazz store or online when they hit shelves Jan. 25.
This isn't the first time this print has appeared on King James' signature kicks - the Lebron IV first debuted the scrawled design years ago.
So what do you think - is this black and white edition superior to the XIs of 2013?