Nike Air Flightposite One – Kevin Garnett 2000 Olympics PE

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Back in the 20th Century, Kevin Garnett repped Nike, taking on an entire neighborhood in a pick-up game at the park and acting as a counselor for Camp Flight. Garnett’s moved around quite a bit since then (AND1, adidas, and now ANTA), but his short-lived stint with the Swoosh is still recognized today, with the recent re-released of the Nike Air Flightposite II as a reminder that KG was once a Nike athlete. Garnett was still under the Nike umbrella in 2000, when he was part of the Team USA Basketball in the 2000 Olympics, and was the recipient of this gorgeous Nike Air Flightposite One Player Exclusive with his Team USA ’10’ stitched on the upper ankle collar. It features a white upper with a navy blue secondary color. The rarity of these PEs is indeterminable, but be certain that these are among the most hard-to-find Nike PEs ever created! Check out the extra images below, and to test your bidding skills, take a look at the auction from strongsauce on eBay.


 

 

 

 

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