Nike 1/2 (Half) Cent – Silver + Green Spark – Holiday 2009

April 1, 2009 BY / 0

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We got a tiny glimpse at these last month and are excited to have these new detailed photos.  The Nike Air 1/2 (Half) Cent officially released in mid-February, of course featuring the Orlando Magic colours Anfernee ‘Penny’ Hardaway wore as he rose to NBA superstardom.  The genius of his talent was cut short by numerous injuries, but sneakerheads still remember him fondly for pioneering some of Nike’s most memorable basketball technologies.  The Half Cents we have here today both feature black on the rear midsole and top of the upper.  One has metallic silver on the forefoot and entire Posite section, while the other keeps the black on the foamy part, instead opting for green spark on the outsole and other accents.  These are set to drop in October and December, respectively.  In the meantime, you can count on Sneaker News for updates on these and the ‘Blackout’ edition.  Thanks to R-Squared for the photos.

Release Date: October 2009
Style: 344646-003
Color: Black/Metallic Silver
$190.00

Release Date: December 2009
Style: 344646-002
Color: Black/Green Spark-Metallic Silver
$190.00

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