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Saturday, January 22, 2005

Nike Air Force 1 "HYPE"


The Lebron Event was held at San Francisco on January 21, 2005. At the event, the first 150 people were given Lebron shirts. The shoe that was sold at this event were the ones in the picture above. The Chinese words at the back say "kua cheung shi si" in mandarin (sorry if I got the exact phonetics wrong) which basically means exaggerated or basically hyped.

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