Nike Elite Team Out to Play
In just a few days, Nike will be launching the Nike Elite Series Team Collection for the LeBron 11, Kobe 9, and KD VI series. Gentlemen will be shelling out their cash once again to be one of the first few owners of any of the series. We know that these collections are not just named after LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, and Kevin Durant; they are tailored to meet the requirements of the three NBA stars. By the way, mark now in your calendar April 11 for the release of the Elite Team series at Nike.com.
We can expect a lot of improvements in the latest collections; it’s always like that anyway.
For electrifying moves
Available in Heat-themed Wolf Grey and Laser Crimson-Cool Grey-Black shade, LeBron 11 Elite series displays the electrifying power plays of LeBron James, particularly when executing his winning run, shot, and dunk. A pair of sneakers that can tolerate the great torque and pressure is what makes the improved LeBron 11 exist. Two of the highlights in this new version of the sneakers are breathability and lightweight feel.
Part of the evolution of LeBron 11 series are the lower cut and articulated external cage for limitless play but remained contained even during intense game in the court.
For provocative play
This Elite series Team edition of the Kobe 9 exhibits the way Kobe Bryant plays in the court. (I don’t mean it in a bad way, of course.) It is labeled as the “most provocative pair of shoes” of Bryant to date with the Lakers-centric colorway, the Court Purple/White-Laser Orange Wolf Grey. I don’t know how it feels to wear sneakers featuring Flyknit technology and Dynamic Flywire upper and Lunarlon cushioning. By just reading it, however, I feel that it gives my feet a lot of comfort for a price of $225.
For versatility style play
Breathable, lightweight, and durable describe the new version of KD VI to maximize strength and to move precisely and naturally with the foot. The Photo Blue/Team Orange-Atomic Mango-colored signature series is lighter than the original 6th edition of Kevin Durant’s signature shoe. The pair also features Flywire technology and Kevlar aramid fibers, supporting versatility style play of Durant. The pair is priced at $200.