After some clarification over its costs (Regular Version for $180, Nike+ Enabled Version for $200, and Nike+ Version with Sensors for $270), http://nikebasketball.com” target=”_blank”>Nike Basketball is readying itself for a series of http://freshnessmag.com/2012/08/13/nike-lebron-x-officially-unveiled-during-2012-olympics-gold-medal-match/” target=”_blank”>LeBron X releases scheduled for the next three months, including this familiar edition, the “Blackout”. At the present time, no one is sure whether it will be designated as Nike LeBron X “Blackout” since the large white http://nike.com” target=”_blank”>Nike Swoosh distorts the “all-black” prerequisite. So some have already dubbed it as the Nike LeBron X “Black Diamond” instead. Either names might correct since one noticeable feature is the letter “C” emblem with number 6, the atomic number of carbon. No words on exact release date just yet though many speculated it to be part of Holiday 2012 Collection or when http://lebronjames.com” target=”_blank”>LeBron James takes it to the court next month .
Nike LeBron X – “Blackout”/”Black Diamond”
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