The irony of the Nike Air Foamposite One and Nike Air Foamposite Pro’s legacy of innovation is that it is not the first silhouette to feature removable elements. And as we’ve seen in the past with the patch installments of the Nike Air Max line,
Nike’s 20th anniversary celebration of the Foamposite has hit a bit of a dry spell…but it appears to be picking up again. Appears. As a brand-new freshwater-marina twisted color scheme comes to the wavy silhouette. The Air Foamposite Pro plays host to this new look,
Nike’s Foamposite is an enigma all to itself…from its unique molded frame to the patented grooves that cascade across the silhouette’s upper. The Foamposite is unlike any other Nike Basketball silhouette. Just a couple years ago, we saw the Swoosh experiment with design changes….mainly 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’s celebration of the Foamposite is year long as it should be. Twenty years have come and gone in the time since Eric Avar’s creation inspired by a sunglasses case hit the market. Returning to the ‘Silver Age’, this latest rendition of the Foamposite Pro brings
All-Star Weekend is a time of celebration of the game; but also it is a time to reflect on the past and simultaneously look to the future to the stars of tomorrow. The same can be said for New York Fashion Week. It is a
Black Friday’s slate of sneakers originally featured the renewed styling of the ‘Dr. Doom’ Nike Air Foamposite Pro, but the Eric Avar created silhouette moved up a couple days ahead of the madness that is the day after Thanksgiving. While you may still be able to