Nike comes back with new foamposite kicks
Foamposite-filled sneakers became quite popular over the last decade as the unique and fashion-forward kicks gave owners something to talk about. NiceKicks.com reports Nike has released a variety of different models of the foamposite-style sneakers and they are set to release another pair in the near future.
The first foamposite-filled shoe from Nike came out back in 1997 and was dubbed the Nike Air Foamposite Pro. The puffy-style shoes came in a variety of colorways, though one of the most popular was the all-black version with the bold yellow swoosh, the news source reports. Nike came out with yet another popular version - the Nike Zoom LeBron IV "Graffiti" which was released in 2006. Not only was the shoe unique with a New York City vibe, but it was also the start of a beautiful friendship between the megastar and the shoe brand. Other classic varieties include the Nike Air Flightposite which debuted back in the late 90's and the Nike Air Total Max Uptempo.
The brand is set to release a stylish new shiny version of the shoes in a black, pink and clear colorway. The latest in the long line of foamposite sneakers have a clear bottom, a metallic pink shell and black detailing on the tongue and top back of the shoe. The release date is to be determined.