Those of you who follow Lebron James (and his feet) closely know that SneakerFiles has previously shown you some pairs of the Nike Air Max Lebron VII low that do not sport the 360-degree Air Max unit. One of those pairs came in a blue/white-orange colorway that inevitably led New York Knicks fans to dream even more about seeing King James in a New York Knicks uniform- especially after catching a glimpse of the bottom of the shoe. Nike has apparently decided to keep feeding off of the rumors of Lebron James switching locations. However, the brand has evidently made a couple of changes to the aforementioned “NY Knicks” Nike Air Max Lebron VII low- by way of no “I (Lion) NY” emblem, and no collection of question marks in places such as the top of the tongue and along the ankle lining. Furthermore, Nike has also designed three other pairs of the Nike Air Max Lebron VII low that build off of said rumors.
A predominantly red Nike Air Max Lebron VII low has been designed with the Russian soccer team of PFC CSKA Moscow in mind, since Lebron jokingly proclaimed he’d play for them were the money right. There is also a light brown pair of the Nike Air Max Lebron VII low that represents the Cleveland Browns, who you’ll recall made its own covert campaign to pry King James off of the court and onto the football field with things such as a Nike commercial depicting what that move would possibly be like. Lastly, a predominantly light grey pair apparently represents the New Jersey Nets franchise. It, thanks in part to the relationship between Jay-Z and Lebron James, is also positioning itself to hopefully lure Lebron away from Cleveland come this next off-season. You can check out more pictures of each pair after the jump, which have been provided by one overseas Nike retailer making all four colorways available for purchase early.