September 13, 2010 BY Aaron Kr. / 0
2010 has been an interesting year for Foamposite; we’ve already seen four different releases of an Air Foamposite shoe (Copper, Eggplant part deux, Pearl, Cough Drop) as well as a long-time member, first-time participator in the Air Force 1 Foamposite. Here’s a look at yet another new Foamposite-laden Nike shoe, the Nike ACG Bakin’ Posite Boot in a Fire Red ‘Cranberry’ upper color. We’ve seen Foamposite on a Nike boot but the upper construction of the molded material features new flex grooves and somewhat of a slimmer design. However Foamposite isn’t the only point of interest on this shoe, as this upcoming winter release features a visible Air unit, a carbon-fiber heel counter, and a design inspiration from the controversial Nike Air Bakin’ basketball shoe of the 90′s, as seen on the configuration of the flex-lines on the upper and the flame-graphic on the heeltab and outsole design. More colorways are surely on the way so take a look at the detailed images after the jump and reserve your pair from osneaker, which has a January 8th, 2011 shipdate.