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Nike LeBron 9 “China” Sneakers Finally Hit The United States

Submitted by on December 6, 2011 – 1:51 pmNo Comment
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Two months ago, LeBron James released his brand-new Nike LeBron 9 “China” sneakers over in—you guessed it!—China. Nike has understandably been doing their best to drop exclusives over in China because there is a huge market over there that eats up sneakers like these. The only problem: To keep them truly “exclusive” over there, Nike had to keep them over there and not drop them in the United States. So sneakerheads in the States have basically been forced to salivate over these—or pay a big premium to get ‘em—ever since they dropped.

No worries, though. You guys won’t have to wait much longer to put a pair of these in your closet! Nike just announced that these brightly-colored Bron-Brons will be available in America for the first time on December 17. No word on where they’ll be available yet, but, hey, at least they’ll be over here somewhere, right? There’s also no word yet on how much they’ll run you. But if we had to guess, we’d say that they’ll be somewhere in the $160-170 price range, which is where most of the other sneakers in the LeBron 9 line fall.

So, will you be one of the first on your block wearing these down the street—or, are you happy with the colorways that have already been available here in the States? We have to say: These are pretty fresh and much different than any of the Lebron 9s out there right now. So if you’re still looking for that special something to buy us for the holidays this year, may we suggest a pair of these? Check out some more flicks of them below.

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