November 22, 2011 BY John Kim / 0
Who-da thunk Foamposite would become a genre on its own? Introduced in the mid-90’s by Nike APE as a lightweight and less labor-intensive material, the Nike Air Foamposite today has become one of the most collectible sneaker items around, and 2012 will only fuel that fire with a plethora of upcoming releases like the ‘Metallic Red’ and ‘Electrolime’ Foamposite One, shown here. The Electrolimes were first dubbed the ‘Golden State’, a name that seems rather fitting based on this nice view of the Yellow/Navy One-Cent logo on the heel (Michigan would’ve been a nice fit as well). Spring 2012 is the target season for the release of these bad boys, but if you can’t wait around and want to break necks before the New Year, cop this size 9 pair from lilshk54321 on eBay.
Nike Air Foamposite One
...not DISRESPECTING the FOAMPOSITES,but this shoe looks like a BANANA.Something else needed to be done,if anything,to OFF-SET all that YELLOW.
Haa awesome, just don't keep them on if your running away from the police, they will still find you!!!
These joints are ugly, foamposites have always been bright but yellow.... like seriously.... yellow?
I mean they're not too bad but just not what I like for a foam. Would rock if I had some but I'm not paying $190+ for these. At most like $115
i think it wudof been a better pro, with a blue swoosh and laces and tht suede part the laces go thru (dnt kno what you call it) but tht wud of been a better golden state themed joint
I'm just happy these aren't lime green like the electric greens, because I already have those. 2012 will be a great year for foams!!