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You Can Add Foamposite Paneling To Your Nike LeBron 9 Sneakers Now

Submitted by on February 15, 2012 – 12:29 pmNo Comment

Did you use the NIKEiD site to construct your own custom pair of Nike LeBron 9 sneakers yet? If not, you need to be aware of the fact that you can do so over on the NIKEiD site now—with even more options than before. Beginning yesterday, NIKEiD opened up a whole bunch of new options for the LeBron 9s—dubbed “LIMITED iD”—that are actually pretty exciting. The best of the bunch? A handful of new Foamposite options that allow you to add Foamposite paneling to the upper part of the LeBron 9 sneakers.

Technically speaking, the Foamposite paneling can be added to the LeBron 9′s “lateral stability wing,” which is basically a fancy phrase for “the side of the sneaker that supports the ankle.” But it’s a pretty cool feature that’ll help Foamposite lovers bring the Foamposite texture to the side of a different kind of sneaker. In addition to the Foamposite paneling, you can also add translucent outsoles and paint-speckled midsoles to the LeBron 9s now as well. They’ll help your custom LeBron 9 stand out like never before.

To see what the LeBron 9 looks like with Foamposite elements added to it, check out some of the samples below. These are just a couple of the Foamposite elements that are available, though. Head over to the NIKEiD site to see all of the other things that you can do to the LeBron 9. Now that you’ve got Valentine’s Day out of the way, it’s time for you to treat yourself, right? And this looks like the perfect way to do it.

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