words_Brandon Richard Perhaps a bittersweet model for LeBron fans, the LeBron VII PS was supposed to be the shoe that marked LeBron's first NBA Championship run. Instead, it may end up being the shoe that marked the end of LeBron's playing days in Cleveland. So, it may be beneficial to combine the PS with a more joyous time in LeBron's career. How about his second MVP award? We first saw this "MVP" theme atop the Air Max LeBron VII in game 3 of the Cavaliers' Eastern Conference Semi-Finals match-up with Boston, and now we have a detailed look at the "MVP" LeBron VII PS. The shoe features a white leather and grey fleece upper. Crimson red is spotted on the Swoosh border, as well as textured material on the upper heel and inner lining. Gold chenille works on the Swoosh, while accents of the same color are spotted on branding throughout. Several personal touches were added to this sneaker to make sure you knew exactly why they were produced and who they were produced for. Embroidered on the medial ankle is "MVP," while "Witness" is on the back of each pull tab. The back of the tongues on each shoe features one of LeBron's two MVP awards, with "Dunkman" statues in place of Maurice Podoloff Trophies. Completing the look is a glittered translucent outsole. As you may expect, these are not expected to be released to the general public. You have to figure LeBron will have a few more "MVP" shoes in his future for you to get your hands on. images via LRJ23