In November we brought you a look at a grade school pair of the Nike Hyperize in a pink colorway that over the years we have come to expect as part of the widely supported breast cancer awareness initiative. We now bring you shots of a men’s size Nike Hyperize that’s part of what Nike is calling the “Box Out Breast Cancer” collection and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Mo Williams will be wearing in support of the same campaign. In fact, the guard’s pair sports his nickname on the tongue- “Mo Gotti.” Lebron, on the other hand, will be wearing one (or perhaps both as a result of a halftime equipment change) pair(s) of the Nike Air Max Lebron VII pictured here. One pair comes in a predominantly black color base with flywire mid panels and a pink swoosh, outsole, and tongue. The second pair of the Nike Air Max Lebron VII comes in a predominantly white color base with interwoven mid panels (as opposed to Flywire ones) and pink on the outsole, Nike swoosh, and shoe laces. This has to be one of the better executed “Think Pink”/”Box Out Breast Cancer” collections to date- so check out more pictures of the Hyperize, as well as some of both pairs of the Nike Air Max Lebron VII after the jump.


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  1. i give these dudes credit not only pink kicks but arm bands and wrist bands yes it is very important to support breast cancer, espically all of us boobie loovin men (just a little humor) would def. rock all these and with much love…GO CAVES