Many sneaker enthusiasts remember the year 1997 for the Air Max 97, but Nike wasn’t just active in the running sector or pleased basketball heads with Air Jordans, with the help of Penny Hardaway and Mike Bibby another shoe made an appearance on the court that turned some heads: the Nike Air Foamposite One and Nike Air Foamposite Pro. Fun fact, it was supposed to be Scotty Pippen`s signature shoe but Nike gave it to Penny Hardaway, unfortunate for Chicago’s number 33. It was the new design and aesthetic of the basketball shoe that made it not just popular on the court but on the streets to become one of the most famous silhouettes for Nike of all time. Erik Avar the forward-thinking Nike designer created the Foamposite with its new “liquid foam” technology provided by Daewoo, wrapping the food to give stability and provide support while playing. Over 20 years later, the Air Foamposite still look likes it could be from the future and will continue to be a favorite among sneakerheads.
This woman`s Air Foamposites One come in silver and white with a special iridescent tint giving the shoe a shimmering look. The lace collar is kept in white leather as well as the lining, while the icy-blue outsole rounds off the shoe. Lady’s grab your pair now at SNS.