When the Nike Foamposite One first dropped in 1997, it was like nothing anyone had ever seen before, but people wore it in some impressive performances. The sleek $180 shoe had no Nike branding on the upper, save a small Swoosh near the toe. Its synthetic upper and prominent carbon plate gave the shoe a decidedly futuristic look—one that many sneaker designers still strive to achieve. Continue reading 20 Things You Didn’t Know About the Nike Foamposite
When you think about Penny Hardaway‘s NBA career and his extremely popular line of signatures Nikes, the Orlando Magic is undeniably a huge part. Despite being deeply rooted with the Orlando Magic, Hardaway did have a brief run with the Miami Heat at the end of his career and his latest sneaker is reminiscent of that.
Penny Hardaway’s signature line is debated as one of the best lines behind Jordan, and Nike is starting 2016 off with two sneakers that his fans will surely enjoy. The Nike Air Penny 2 is making its return with an original and brand new colorway.