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We ve chronicled Nike Basketball s trip back nike air max 90 through the past twenty years over these past couple weeks and today we encounter the design that s made more of an impact on the last few years than any other on the list.  The Nike Air Foamposite One debuted in 1997 after a product meeting with Penny Hardaway left the star of the Air Max Penny 1 and II with absolute certainty that This [was his] next shoe!  In fact, the Air Foamposite One was a Penny 2.5 of sorts, heavily influencing the III and taking cues from the wavy-lined predecessors, and the recent rise in all things Penny has seen these rise to the top as (along with the Pro edition) arguably the most collectible model released over the past three or so years.  Click through to see more classic photos and promo materials as well as some insights from designer Eric Avar and stick with Sneaker News as we continue to examine the greatest Nike Basketball designs of all-time. There was no brief   it was pure experimentation.

It might be the newest and most technically advanced version of the former Air Max III Nike Sportswear has ever released, but this new style nike free 5.0 pictured above gets back to the roots of both the Air Max 90 s original styles and the original LAF palette. This new LIVESTRONG x Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse arrives in a familiar mix of white/greys/black plus a vibrant accent color, and instead of Infrared or Laser Blue, these get the Varsity Maize shade so often connected to the releases whose proceeds benefit the Lance Armstrong Foundation s fight nike presto against cancer. You can see these from just about every angle after the jump, then grab yours at retailers like Finish Line.

Right now the word Filbert probably reminds you the most of a certain crazy pair of Air Jordan VII s on there way, but the is actually a Nike SB Dunk High coming down the pipeline that sports the shade as well (that s the gummy look on bottom). That pair is pictured here, with a solid team red look on the upper that is diversified a little bit by the material switch up. Hit the jump to see some extra angles of this Nike SB Dunk High and keep it locked with Sneaker News for word on when and where to pick them up.

Nike s latest plus -enabled footwear in the Lunar Hyperdunk+ and nike free LunarGlide+ 4 are certain game-changers, but Nike s design leads know that its best tech-driven kicks can be worn off the court/track as well! Nike unveils an outstanding colorway theme for the Lunar Hyperdunk+ and LunarGlide+ 4 emphasizing the easy transition to the street, using an awesome silver/grey upper with hits of bright pink and blue for that distinct pop . The Hyperdunk (previously featured as part of the WBF Fireberry Pack) features a contrasting blue/pink Dynamic Flywire with blue speckles on the midsole, while the LunarGlide opts for even more contrast with the two-toned midsole blue-on-grey speckling above and clean white beneath. These two street-ready colorways will release at select retailers exclusively in New York, Paris, London, and Berlin on August 4th, so stay tuned for updates and we ll fill you in on updates for the Innovation Pack.

As if the combination of Hyperfuse, Fomposite and full-length Max Air weren t enough to grab your attention, the Nike Air Max Hyperposite has come through exclusively in bold colorways like this new revelation above.  This pair in Charcoal with Atomic Green hits makes you wonder what would have happened if the Zoom LeBron IV Dunkman  had a big bubble sole swap, and proves that we can expect some clean two-toned colorups as we approach another NBA/NCAA season.  LDRS  Ty rocked these to the H-Town Sneaker Summit in Houston; would you grab a pair if they make it to retail?

The time when Nike got more stimulating with their ads was when it presented Bo Jackson to the sports apparel marketing scene. Bo, the multi-sport superstar and face of Nike s cross-training push, was one of the few athletes in the world that legitimately got us off our couches and onto exercise mats and running tracks, and it was his motivation that got the public engaged in several physical activities. We nike flyknit racer recently stumbled upon this vintage gem an in-store display for the original Air Trainer SC that features the Don t I Know You? slogan and four motorized Bo Jackson figurines; there s Bo the baseball player, Bo the runningback, Bo the weightlifter, and Bo the surfer (it s quite alright Bo Knows how to surf). With the Air Trainer SC in the original Auburn colorway set for yet another re-release, it s worth a few minutes to check out how awesome this thing really is, so take a look below and grab this sick vintage piece from bumbaclot128 on eBay.