The Details: Nike LeBron 11 ‘Miami Nights’

By: 12.16.13  •  12 Comments
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In a weekend where the Jordan 12 ‘Taxis’ were selling out like crazy nationwide, our favorite LeBron 11 to date released as well. The ‘Miami Nights’ 11s ended up doing better at retail than initially anticipated, with stores selling out of them almost as quickly as the retro Jordans.

Thus far, the ‘Miami Nights’ are as close to a blackout model we’ve been treated to thus far from Bron Bron’s signature line. The sleek carbon fiber and mostly black upper represent night time in the Sunshine State, with the pink accents paying homage to the art deco roots found all over Miami. Thankfully, there’s no teal involved for those sick of the ‘South Beach’ color combo, but the translucent ice soles resembling the water on the shores of MIA set the whole shoe something off lovely.

Luckily, we snagged a pair before they sold out and styled a shoot that reflects the Miami nightlife and the horrible, horrible consequences of a weekend bender. Beer pong, getting whiteboy wasted, and recovering with Red Bull, water, and a whole lot of Advil. Don’t forget the shades to shield you from that unforgiving sun should you have to step out to cop some more Gatorade.

Now, go forth and get lost in the Miami nightlife. Just don’t get kicked out the club for trying to rush Heat players.

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