Many sneaker fans were and continue to be excited about the Nike Max Lebron VII “Red Carpet” colorway, which we just informed you would be restocked in early December. For those of you who are not only sneakerheads, but also sneakergeeks, a few pictures have surfaced online that might be of interest to you. Pictured here is the original Z-Corp 3D Resin model of the “Red Carpet,” which basically is the final product’s “floorplan,” if you will. It’s a computerized sample of the shoe that aids in the design process by giving designers a glimpse of what the color blocking and scheme might look like before it goes into production. Jason Petrie, the designer of the Red Carpet Lebron VII, forwarded the fact that Lebron had asked for a pair to be designed specifically for the red carpet unveiling of the “More Than a Game” movie. And the rest is history.


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  1. why is this shoe called " the red carpet " when the the only thing red on here is the laces? i don't c what all the fuss is about…..

  2. ok just when you think everything is all good…. a evil duer makes these and expects sneakerheads to go crazy. sometimes they miss and this is one of em for me. damn and i just said i liked em all on another post leave to these fools to test me

  3. noobies. read the dman entry of the sneaks and find the history behind the sneaker. learn to collect for the rite reason not bc of hype.