Coming Attractions: Nike LeBron 11 ‘South Beach’

05.27.14 2 years ago • 7 Comments

By the time the LeBron 15 rolls out, the turquoise and hot pink pairing will be more synonymous with King James than the city of Miami or one of the greatest shows ever, Miami Vice. With that said, these Nike LebBon 11 ‘South Beach’ joints carry the torch for the now famous sneaker nickname. The color combo by itself is dope and made an appearance on Air Max 95s well before the LeBron 8.

The leaf pattern found on both the King’s Pride and Everglade releases are also on the upper of the South Beach 11s albeit in a more subtle fashion. The colors do the talking on this particular drop and for good reason. Sneakerheads might be sick of the combination but the colors still work very well together. When tastefully done, bright hues are always a smash hit on the newest Nike Basketball releases. Not my cup of tea, however they’re still a solid offering for the month of June.

The Nike LeBron 11 ‘South Beach’ releases June 21st for $200. Pretty good timing, as you just might see these on LeBron’s feet during the Miami Heat three-peat parade. Condolences to Indiana.

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