Well, it’s bowl season, and with of course with the many college bowls, comes “bowl swag” for each team. As part of their Hawaii Bowl swag, Oregon State received this LeBron XI “Oregon St.” PE. With a black and grey upper and orange accenting, this pair definitely takes on a Beavers feel. If you want a pair for yourself take a look at this pair on eBay- http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nike-id-Lebron-James-11-/281234248402?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item417ade12d2
Once again, Kemba Walker has been treated to the perks of being an Under Armour athlete. Here we see images of a Spawn Anatomix PE that Kemba has been rocking this season. Featuring white, orange, navy, and light blue, this colorway is decked out in a Bobcats colorways. We’re sure that the owner of the Bobcats (a certain Michael Jordan), probably isn’t too happy that his star player is rocking Under Armour instead of Jordan Brand, but the rest of us can still be satisfied the the UA PE’s.
Earlier, we brought you an image of the LeBron XI “Florida Gators” PE (https://kicksoftheday.wordpress.com/2013/12/17/pe-watch-lebron-xi-florida-gators-pe/), and today Ohio State has followed the Gators up with these PE’s. The shoe on the left features that same graphic we saw on the Florida PE, while the right colorway looks a lot like a traditional Ohio State colorway that we saw on the LeBron 9. Let’s hope these colorways somehow make it to release day, and check in with Kicksoftheday to find out when that might be.
Today we see images of these Florida Gator LeBron XI PE’s, specifically for the Florida Men’s Basketball Team. The eye catching design is especially intriguing, similar to Kobe 8 “PP” Midsole Graphic (http://theshoegame.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Nike-Kobe-8-PP-Team.jpg) and it is very possible that we might see a release or an opportunity to use this graphic in NIKEID creations very soon. Similar to last years “Armed Forces” shoes, which were first thought to be PE’s (like this Hyperdunk 2012 for Syracuse- http://kicksoncourt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Nike-Lunar-Hyperdunk-2012-Digi-Camo-Syracuse-Available-Now-1.jpg), they actually may be available to the public, so stay tuned for more info.