Most Valuable Player’s Shoes
We all know how talented LeBron James is. He’s made the Cleveland Cavaliers shine again singlehandedly. At a very young age, he already got into NBA, got a $90 million dollar contract with Nike, won Rookie of the Year, and continually improved in leaps and bounds with every game he played. So we can say that on his sixth season of playing basketball, he has earned the right to be named the Most Valuable Player in the 2008-2009 NBA playoffs.
To celebrate it all, Nike has made the exclusive Zoom LeBron 6 MVP Edition. No basketball shoe had ever sold out this fast-many collectors were extremely upset at how quickly the shoes had sold out, forcing Nike to produce more pairs for the customers. Seeing how the shoes were set apart from the previous Nike Zoom franchise, it was no wonder so many people wanted to buy it.
Colored white, black and metallic gold, the Zoom LeBron 6 MVP Edition is made of leather with sections made of premium gloss, with some gold accents. To make things extra special, a tab saying MVP can be found on the sides of the ankle. LeBron’s tattoos, particularly the King James lion and the Witness tattoo, were also used to design this limited edition shoe. In addition, a t-shirt to go along the shoe was made on a similar note, available in Nike retail stores. Presented on May of 2009, the Zoom LeBron 6 MVP Edition is one shoe LeBron fanatics should not have to live without. These shoes will most probably become a collectors’ item, if they haven’t already, with LeBron’s fame keeping it alive. So if you’re a true LeBron fan, you had better get one of these.