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Can’t Afford LeBron 9 “South Beach” Sneakers? Try These LeBron “South Beach” Sandals Instead

Submitted by on March 24, 2012 – 11:32 am72 Comments

The “South Beach” colorway of the LeBron 8 and LeBron 9 sneakers has become one of the most beloved colorways in the history of the LeBron line. Because of the bright, airy colors used in it—not to mention the extreme exclusivity of it—it’s become easily recognizable and highly sought after by sneakerheads. So much so that, unless you really went out of your way to look for it, you probably don’t have a pair in your closet. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy the “South Beach” colorway.

Thanks to the popularity of the “South Beach” sneaker, Nike just released the sandals that you see here—officially known as the Nike LeBron Air Slide “South Beach.” And these feature the same exact green colorway that’s been used on LeBron “South Beach” sneakers. In addition to the green, there are also hints of the “pink flash” included on the sneakers on the branding and underneath the strap.

And, the best part of all? You should have no trouble getting your hands on a pair of these. They aren’t particularly cheap—they’re currently running for 60 bucks on Nike’s online store—but if you love this colorway as much as we do, these are must-haves. Especially when you consider that these are probably what you’d wear if you actually, ya know, went to South Beach (no LeBron sneakers on the beach, please!). For $60, they’re worth buying for the upcoming spring and summer seasons.

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