Nike Air Max LeBron VII “112 Edition”


Having all the right connections, in all the right places, is such a beautiful thing. Sneaker connoisseur DJ Clark Kent, who holds a lot of weight in the game and acts as a consultant for brands, is one such person who has the hook ups many of us can only dream about. Not only does Kent get kicks on the regular, but Nike’s handed him the wand numerous times and allowed him to work his magic on various releases, the most popular being the 112 Pack. The pack originally released in 2008 as a three-pack with an Air Force 1 Low, Air Max 1 and Air Trainer 1, followed by a Hyperdunk and Air Force 25.

While the 112 Pack may have come to an end for the general public the same can’t be said for Clark and his closest friends. Once again, one of the perk of having all the right connections in all the right places. Expanding upon his 112 Pack, DJ Clark Kent and Nike put together an extremely limited Air Max LeBron VII for Clark to distribute to his friends and family. The sneakers feature a black nubuck upper, 3M trim, plenty of neon yellow accents and cement print around the ankle. DJ Clark Kent’s 112 logo is fixed to the tongue.

According to TSG, who’s the one that supplied us all with these photos, the sneakers are limited to less then 24 pairs and are not expected to ever hit retail. As sad as that may be it’s unfortunately the truth and straight from the source, so just enjoy the photos.




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