The history of Nike FOAMPOSITE began in 1997, the same time that Nike released iconic models such as the Air Jordan XII and Air More Uptempo (the first sneakers with the signature Scottie Pippen). Although many years have passed since then, the Nike FOAMPOSITE is still very futuristic. From the very beginning of its existence, Nike FOAMPOSITE is one of the most popular models among collectors. Every subsequent update released on the market is marked by great success, sneakers are actively sold out, and it seems that the demand for them will never be satisfied.
Nike Air Foamposite Pro – sneakers that already have the status of cool retro. They were released in 1997, but were regularly reissued due to the huge number of requests from buyers. If you haven’t had this model yet, maybe it’s time to try it out? They differ from their predecessors Nike Air Foamposite One only in that they do not have the branding of Penny Hardway and slightly changed the tread pattern, and the rest of the classic silhouette and materials completely repeat the legendary model Nike Air Foamposite One.
Pros and Cons
The foot protection of Nike Air Foamposite One sneakers is also beyond praise. As you know, the “Zoom air” located throughout the foot is responsible for depreciation in them. The presence of this technology, localized in this way, we could see earlier. Even now, the depreciation offered by Shuzami can be regarded as more than acceptable for the vast majority of players, with the exception, perhaps, of the biggest guys.