When you put LeBrons signature shoe in the same sentence as the word graffiti, what comes to mind? If you came up with the “Graffiti” Zoom LeBron IV, then you were indeed correct. In what appears to be a slight remix of the previously mentioned colorway, Nike has created this pair of you guessed it, “Graffiti” Nike LeBron XI’s. Featuring a white and black upper, all of you sneakerheads won’t be able to miss the graffiti-like print that flows throughout the shoes build. Unlike the Zoom LeBron IV, which applied the aforementioned print about the entire midsole, this LeBron XI goes a lot heavier on the art as you will be able to see. While we all know the LeBron XI is the Kings new retail crown jewel, could the use of color schemes past become a recurring theme moving forward? Although he is only eleven shoes in, there are quite a bit of dope colorways and palettes that could find themselves being applied to technologically advanced LeBron XI silhouette. For now, we could see this garnering plausible success. That is until the folks over at Nike decide to hit the retro button and bring back some of the Kings older models. Despite not having a release date just yet, this latest colorway could definitely open up an endless amount of color scheme opportunites for the Bron XI. What previously released colorway would you like to see grace the LeBron XI? If I had to pick, I would definitely put my money on a "Big Bang"-inspired pair with the glow in the dark soles. 



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