Nike Air Max CB34 – Obsidian Patent Leather

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It’s been a good year for Charles Barkley fans on the footwear side of things, with his signature Nike Air Max CB34‘s getting a few nice releases now that they’ve finally been let out of the vault. This shoe was a staple of 90’s basketball design, with its staggered air bubbles on the sole kit and indented Barkely accenting. The hot releases continue with this upcoming House of Hoops exclusive, a monochrome obsidian colorway done up in patent leather, a first for the Sir Charles signature shoe. The deep tone on these is just a few shades off from the purple of the Suns uniforms, so it might be time to bring that Barkley jersey out of the closet The glossy look puts the Nike Air Max CB34 in a totally different context, giving them a sort of luxury feel. Check out some more images after the jump of this House of Hoops exclusive and let us know what you think. via OSneaker.

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