words // Nick DePaula

This is straightforward stufff. Are you feeling the flipped Swoosh logo that the new LeBron X boldly features along the heel, and would you like to see the brand use them more often? 

It's certainly not the first time we've seen it, as Nike has opted for alternative Swoosh placements during the mid-90's on the Air Darwin and Shake Ndestrukt, but it's a direction we haven't seen often since, and never on such a statement level signature model.

With the shoe already boasting a new visible full-length Zoom Air unit and the evolving Nike+ data tracking system, is the reverse Swoosh another new element for the LeBron series that you're liking?

Let us know in the comments below, and let us know if there's any past shoes where you particularly liked the reverse Swoosh placement.