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LeBron James hit Twitter on Tuesday night to unveil his new Nike Lebron 9 lows in a new color scheme dubbed "Lebronald Palmer" by the 2012 NBA Finals MVP.
Like the 7-time major championship winning golf legend who's known for combining lemonade and iced tea, the sneaker has a combo of its own, combining leisure and technology with a palm tree-printed upper and Max Air in the sole.
Teal/Pink-colored LeBrons have been a hit since his "South Beach 8's" came out in 2010. The "South Beach 9's" followed as another sought after colorway for sneakerheads and LeBron fans. So the "LebRonald Palmers" could be next in line to continue the trend.
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