King James Busts out Custom Iron Man LeBron X Shoes in NBA Finals Practice

Jeff ChaseSenior Analyst IIJune 5, 2013

MIAMI, FL - JUNE 03:  LeBron James #6 of the Miami half against the Indiana Pacers during Game Seven of the Eastern Conference Finals of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at AmericanAirlines Arena on June 3, 2013 in Miami, Florida.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
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Looks like Tony Stark is bestowing some of his super powers on LeBron James before The King and his Miami Heat take on the San Antonio Spurs in this year's NBA Finals.

LeBron hasn't disappointed this season in his selection of kicks, with Nike busting out some unique colorways that took the King's tenth signature shoe to new heights.

And while all the combinations of red, black and white have been stellar all season long, nothing tops these custom shoes inspired by Iron Man himself. To the say least, even the talkative Robert Downey Jr. would be lost for words.

The shoes, a custom job created by the critically acclaimed Mache, brings all the details of Iron Man's armor to the hard court. If you follow today's shoe game, you likely remember when Mache presented the one-of-a-kind shoes to LeBron a few months back. 

Mache posted the picture of his unparalleled talents on his Instagram account back in March.

While the custom job on these shoes are incredible, the box that they were presented in was definitely the highlight of the package. If you were like me, you likely did not expect these to ever hit the court. One still has to wonder if LeBron will take these out again in the finals, but those chances remain slim.

Still, you got to give LeBron some credit for having the guts to bust out these one-of-a-kind shoes, potentially damaging what many would consider art.

Mache does some great work with his customs, and these Iron Mans were definitely some of his best. This wasn't his last time playing with the comic book angle either, creating LeBron X's inspired by Spawn and The Flash.

Should LeBron take these out against the Spurs? Or was he completely insane to take these out and shoot around with them in the first place? Let us know in the comments below.