Category Archives: Nike Foamposite

This Nike Air Foamposite One “Invisibility Cloak” Looks Like The Custom From 2012

The most recent Nike Air Foamposite release that took place was that of the Air Foamposite Pro “Silver Surfer,” which at select Nike retailers on March 17th of this year. The Air Foamposite Pro “Silver Surfer” ended up retailing at a price of $250. Next in line to arrive at retailers is the Air Foamposite One “Copper,” which is set to make its comeback on April 20th, 2017 in both adult and GS sizes, which will retail for $230 and $180, respectively. At the same time, a photo of another never-before-seen Air Foamposite One colorway also surfaced online recently, which is being referred to as the “Invisibility Cloak.” Continue reading This Nike Air Foamposite One “Invisibility Cloak” Looks Like The Custom From 2012

This Upcoming Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Fleece Wool” Iteration Looks Quite Durable & Rugged

Nike’s latest upcoming Air Foamposite Pro release is similar to Allbirds Wool Runners, which are happen to be the favorite wool shoe at Silicon Valley. However, it was recently reported that there may have been some issues with the durability of the shoe. The Allbirds Wool Runners are referred to as “the most comfortable shoe ever” because of the special wool that is used in its construction. The shoe combines comfort and style impressively, but it has been having a “wear-and-tear problem” as of lately. Of course, sneakerheads who opt to cop a pair of this new Nike Air Foamposite Pro will not have to worry about such problems. Continue reading This Upcoming Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Fleece Wool” Iteration Looks Quite Durable & Rugged

The Nike Foamposite One “Copper” Returns This April For The Model’s 20th Anniversary

Nike recently introduced the Five Decades Of Basketball Collection in honor of their impact on basketball-related fashion and also to integrate the sport into New York Fashion Week. Along with the Air Force 1 High, Air Zoom Generation, Blazer Studio and the Flight Bonafide, Nike also included a similar Vachetta Tan iteration of the Air Foamposite Pro into the collection as well. The five models were a representation of the past five decades of Nike ever since the 1970s. Nike dropped the Air Foamposite Pro “Vachetta Tan” from the collection on February 18th and April 2017 will mark the return of the Air Foamposite One “Copper.” Continue reading The Nike Foamposite One “Copper” Returns This April For The Model’s 20th Anniversary

Nike Seems To Have Designed Multiple Vachetta Tan Leather Sneakers With Premium Detailing

Over the past few years, sneakers with uppers made up of Vachetta Tan leather have become a growing trend. It all started with Hender Scheme, the artisan leather goods provider, and ever since the discovery of their Vachetta Tan creations, other big sportswear brands followed in their footsteps. The Vachetta Tan theme is almost being overused, but sneakerheads have no reason to complain. In the beginning of 2017, Nike dropped a premium leather Air Force 1 iteration dressed up predominantly in clean White with a bit of Vachetta Tan. However, Nike seems to have designed two new sneakers that are almost entirely made up of Vachetta Tan leather. Continue reading Nike Seems To Have Designed Multiple Vachetta Tan Leather Sneakers With Premium Detailing

2017’s Nike Air Foamposite One “Copper” Just Slightly Varies From The 2010 Original

Even twenty years after its introduction, the Nike Air Foamposite One is still ahead of its time. It is still looks modern and is undoubtedly durable, all because of its synthetic molded foam uppers. It also fits quite comfortably and is adequately breathable due to its heel inlays and mesh tongues. Back in 2015, Nike dropped a striking Air Foamposite One colorway that was being referred to as the “Goldposite” because of the Metallic Gold hue that covered a majority of its uppers. The latest upcoming release of the Air Foamposite One is somewhat similar with the only exception that its uppers are covered in “Copper.” Continue reading 2017’s Nike Air Foamposite One “Copper” Just Slightly Varies From The 2010 Original

200 Nike Air Foamposite One “Royal” Pairs Came With Cards Autographed By Hardaway

The launch of the Nike Air Foamposite One back in 1997 was something truly special, which resulted from Eric Avar and Penny Hardaway joining forces. Sneakerheads may actually find it hard to believe but it is actually the truth that 20 years have passed since the Air Foamposite One was first introduced. Even after 20 years, the Air Foamposite One still appears and feels as futuristic as ever, all because of its innovative uppers and thee unique pearlescent colorways it has arrived in over the years. The most latest one is actually the returning the Air Foamposite One “Royal” that is being brought back to celebrate the model’s 20th Anniversary. Continue reading 200 Nike Air Foamposite One “Royal” Pairs Came With Cards Autographed By Hardaway

Nike Will Be Dropping These Foamposite & Little Posite Releases In 2017 Among Others

As sneakerheads may know, Nike plans to drop a number of Foamposite releases in 2017, both OG and Retro ones. First and foremost, a photo shared by Instagram user seems to suggest that Nike will apparently be reviving the Fruit Pebbles theme on the Little Posite Pro, inspired by the cereal of the same name. Back in 2006, Nike had implemented this same multicolored theme over the LeBron 4. Back in 2016, Nike also dropped a Little Posite One iteration featuring the Fruity Pebbles theme. In 2017, the Nike Little Posite Pro is receiving the same treatment, featuring Fruity Pebbles graphic overlays and vibrant, colorful outsoles. Continue reading Nike Will Be Dropping These Foamposite & Little Posite Releases In 2017 Among Others