The Nike Air Foamposite One had a moderate year in 2018, it began to feel that the silhouette slowed in the latter months of the year. But needless to say the Foamposite One is looking to come back with a vengeance in 2019. Returning to
Outside of a couple launches…the Nike Air Foamposite has been awfully quiet…but with spring in full bloom (sort of), the desire to add color to the mix has prompted the Foamposite One to step up and come in a beautiful ‘Elemental Rose’ colorway. The molded
Cornering all areas of the Swoosh to create this epic All-Star Weekend collection; Nike Basketball, Nike Sportswear call on their own designers and some out-of-house collaborators to make Los Angeles 2018 extremely memorable. On the Nike Basketball end of the ledger is the: Nike PG2,
In the early stages of 2018, it is sort of looking like 2012 with the reemergence of graphics to the unique molded upper of the Nike Air Foamposite One. With a Chinese New Year celebration on the horizon for Nike Sportswear and Jordan Brand, the
1997…Nike Basketball lead designer, Eric Avar curated this wildly different, insanely unique and downright unfathomable silhouette. With so many eyes fixated on the the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and the Arizona Wildcats…that crazy sneaker made its appearance on the feet of an Arizona Wildcat legend.
Nike Sportswear is bringing back an instant classic from 2010, the ‘Dirty Copper’ Air Foamposite One. The perfect play-on-words on Anfernee Hardaway’s nickname, “Penny”…the color scheme shined just like a freshly minted Abraham Lincoln. From the molded Foamposite grooves in the model’s upper while a
2017 will be perhaps the most epic year for Foamposites since the glorious year of 1997. Next year, the Nike Air Foamposite will come with the heat, and kicking things off rightfully is the ‘Dark Neon Royal’ color scheme. Who knows exactly what we’ll get