LeBron became the villain of the NBA once he took his talents to South Beach and yet, his popularity rose immensely. The first colorway to drop of the subsequent LeBron 8 was dubbed the South Beach or Miami Vice colorway (seen above,) flew off shelves and is one of the most recognizable color schemes in the entire LeBron line.
On the court, LeBron still brought out the highlights including this much-memed tomahawk slam with the no-look assist from Dwyane Wade.
The LeBron 8 was the first of many to feature multiple version as well, with V/1, V/2, and PS versions made for the silhouette.
You can find the Nike LeBron 8 at StockX, Flight Club, and Stadium Goods.