When pictures of the Nike Air Max Lebron VII “Christ the King” PE hit the ‘net, many sneakerheads were once again blown away by the execution of yet another LBJ VII. But there is one popular colorway that had not been executed on this phenomenal basketball sneaker- until now. And those of you who are fans of the royal blue Nike Air Foamposite One should take a liking to what you see here. We have come across pictures of the University of Kentucky Player Exclusive Nike Air Max Lebron VII, in an appropriate varsity royal/black-white colorway. The upper appears covered in black nubuck, while it leads down to a patent leather varsity royal midsole and toe box area. And as for the the flywire panels- they include a white Nike swoosh outlined in blue. Is THIS now the best LBJ VII yet?!

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  1. Apart from the blatant attempt by Nike to take all our money, why would they give Universities signature player exclusives when Kobe and LeBron never went to college? Even so, LeBron has no connection to Kentucky: Akron and Ohio State I guess, but Kentucky? I'm old school and remember when Jordan rocked mostly general releases. Just made it that more special seeing him in a pair you could rock too.

  2. being born and rised in lexington ky. the's go ham. stop hateing u know u would cop the's. i wish they would come out. plezzzzzzzz NIKE. just do it.

  3. Man, these look sick. The overall look is very clean. You could probably pull this style off with a few other colors (would love to see the blue replaced with purple so I could rock it with some Sacramento Kings gear).

  4. This has nothing to do with the LeBron's but Nike should bring back the Air Ups, Air Flight One and Air Go LWP, what do y'all think?