October 28, 2011 BY John Kim / 0
By bringing back older models and introducing new ones, Nike iD is making a strong push for increased awareness of its capabilities. If you haven’t ordered a Nike iD yet, what are you waiting for? The Nike Zoom Brave V, a sneaker more commonly seen overseas than in the U.S., is the latest introduction to the revised Nike iD menu; the performance-friendly basketball sneaker line, worn by Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs, features Zoom Air cushioning and Flywire cables for stability, but enough about the tech – let’s look into color options! For the Zoom Brave V, Nike iD will make available a unique Safari Finish, giving the upper a hint of that rugged detail that Tinker Hatfield introduced with the Air Safari. Check out a quick preview of the available colors below and expect the Brave V to hit Nike iD this November 8th.
not for nuthin but the design of these shoes are fuckin sick. they look like kobe 7s mixed wit the durants. clean
Nike Air Force 1 iD – Pony Hair Animal Print Options by John Kim 12 Comments