Nike Air Foamposite One

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  • The Nike Air Foamposite One was designed by Eric Avar and released in 1997 as one of Penny Hardaway's signature sneakers. It originally retailed for $170, but later prices rose to $200 and $220. The Air Foamposite was popular in select regions in the U.S., notably the DC area and in New York City. All, but one, of the releases featured a tonal colorway; the lone exception is the 2012 All-Star release dubbed the 'Galaxy'.

Recent Reviews

  1. coleworldhuh
    "Such A Clean Cut Shoe GOES WITH EVERYTHING"
    Pros - Simplicity
    Cons - Bad For Hooping
    Such a good shoe not for hooping though
  2. johnnyboii9
    "One Of the best shoes"
    Fit / Comfort:
    Support / Stability:
    Pros - Awesome colorways, Great quality, comfortable
    Cons - yellowing on bottoms
    We All know the situation with Foamposites..Some people think theyre grails and others hate the very look of them. Personally I have 3 pairs of Foamposites and I believe they are one of the nicest shoes in the nike collection. tons of colorways are released every year .. Blue, Red, Camo, Electric Blue, Stealth, All white, Fighter jet, Electrolime, etc... There are so many colors and on each there is the carbon fiber section on the lower and bottom of the shoe..Only con I can think of are the icy bottoms. WE ALL HATE YELLOW BOTTOMS! but what is very nice is that some foams have a normal non icy bottom for example the green camo, HOH, Crimson...etc...MUST BUY


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  5. feelingood
     No creasing.. the uppers can go through  3 years+  of wear and still look new.  For some reason, they get more comfortable every time I wear them.
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