Nike pays tribute to the Lebron IX Low 'Liverpool' from 2012 with an inverted version that is creatively named the 'Reverse Liverpool'… The original shoe was a PE made to commemorate Lebron James' part-ownership of the Liverpool Football Club. Initially only for Lebron, Nike later released the shoe sans-L.F.C branding.As the name suggests, the colourway has been reversed for this version – where there was one Action Red is now New Green and vice versa. It's worth noting the white midsole and black tongue do stay in-place. Not sure they would look as nice if they flipped that as well.The heel tab and sole feature L.F.C logo hits, the latter nestled under the icey outsole. This detail's significant because only the PE wore this branding last time, so it makes these just that little bit more special. Elsewhere you get all of the things that made the Lebron IX such an incredible shoe, the combined Zoom/Air Max sole, lightweight fused uppers with strategic ventilation, and did we mention it has an icey outsole?