Putting your best foot forward.
Xavier Jones comes through with a casual silhouette based on one of “The LeBrons” characters in our near complete LeBron James Lifestyle Design series. As we originally announced here, the next generation of designers at Project Bluefoot were recently tasked with the design challenge of creating a Lifestyle-themed footwear product for LeBron James. We have teamed up exclusively with Project Bluefoot to allow each designer to essentially “takeover” the Counter Kicks shoe silhouette logo with their Lifestyle LeBron concept and provide the backstory to it. Check the bottom of this post for a complete listing of all our previously featured designers. Continue reading to see Xavier Jones’s 3 design boards and full backstory.
The next generation of designers at Project Bluefoot were recently tasked with the design challenge of creating a Lifestyle-based product for LeBron James. The designers were allowed to submit up to 3 Concept Boards to illustrate their presentation and provide a design description for their composition. We have teamed up exclusively with Project Bluefoot to allow each designer to essentially “takeover” the Counter Kicks shoe silhouette logo with their Lifestyle LeBron footwear concept and provide the backstory to it. Look for new unveilings over the next couple weeks. Today, we start off with a street-ready shoe designed by E. Brent James. Continue reading for his 3 design boards and full story.
Celebrate Three Love.
Last night, Wizards guard John Wall wore the Reebok ZigTech Slash “Gold Rush” special edition against the Knicks in his New York City debut. Among other kicks action, Celtics guard Nate Robinson and Pistons guard Richard Hamilton broke out Air Jordan 2 Retros, and Dwight Howard got some playing time in the “Home” adidas Beast. Also making appearances: Le Coq Sportif, PEAK, Li-Ning, Anta, and Converse. It’s all here. Continue reading for last night’s kicks recap with NBA Kicks: 11/05/10.