The Nike Air Foamposite line has had an implausible resurgence over the last few years which have resulted in an out of love starting to bubble up for Penny Hardaway. It sure do became popular not just because of Penny Hardaway but because of the comfort, durability, and versatility. A landmark design, it features the same stitch-free construction and comfortable cushioning. While shooting hoops, walking or hanging at home; this shoe give a cushioning air-sole unit that delivers lightweight, versatile and durable cushioning the pressurized air constricts to lessen the force of impact and then immediately returns back to its original shape and volume, and ready to take on the next move.
Nike Air Metallic Foamposite Pro Releases
Nike has developed many model, there was the Foamposite One, Flightposite, Half Cent, Foamposite Pro, and etc. All are made out of Foamposite material that prevents the feet from getting swollen. This year will surely be a year of the entire sole collector because 2012, is a year that Nike will re-release some of its model like its Nike Air Metallic Foamposite Pro. From its name itself, Nike Air Metallic Foamposite Pro gave me the thought that these shoes were meant for professional ball players. It is not only varsity red nor black colored; Nike has launched a “Metallic Silver” colorway for this model. Nike Air Metallic Foamposite Pro isn’t any ordinary sneakers but one of those sneakers which you wondered why it took so long for Nike to make. The Nike Air Metallic Foamposite Pro design matches the metallic silver color; this will make anyone who wore it look like a professional basketball player.
Nike Air Metallic Foamposite Pro Texture
The Nike Air Metallic Foamposite Pro was built with the Foamposite construction that triggers comfort for the feet. It was built for used in real games; for speed. It is a shoe model that hits. Thus, every metallic foamposite model has been an instant classic and for sure there is no exception for this shoe. With the phenomenal Metallic Silver color way taking the Foamposite shell and the usual black nubuck, lining and mesh tongue completes this extraordinary foamposite shoe. It was released on 2005 and was re-released on June 2008.
The re-releasing and modified look of the metallic silver Nike Air Metallic Foamposite Pro that is modernized with metallic silver as its foamposite shell upper alongside a Crimson outsole defines Nike Air Foamposite Pro Metallic in Silver/Crimson. It was first spotted in the hands of Gentry Humphrey as a sample during the Sole Collector x Penny Hardaway event in Las Vegas; the model is set to thump the retail market in September 1, 2012.
It is a coated metallic silver kicks (as I fondly want to refer to for this shoe) that give that platinum look that is really classy to look at.
This Nike Air Metallic Foamposite Pro shoe demand instant respect because of its looks, demand, and no doubt quality.