December 20, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 8
Any basketball sneaker worth its salt is bound to end up in a blackout colorway, and in the case of one of Nike Sportswear’s finest hybrid designs to date, it just happens to be a bit more expressive than on most. That’s because the Nike Zoom Rookie LWP‘s black and Anthracite colorup has so much shine on its Foamposite sections, that they give off the sense of being cast in a mineral straight from the earth. So in the right light, these are one of the ‘brightest’ blackout sneakers in recent memory, but in other conditions they’re as dark as a coal mine. This new set of images, then, is something like a canary to notify you that something big is coming up soon; heed the call and click through to see more, and stick with Sneaker News for word on the US release date. via Air-Randy
lol- Air Randy again huh- I'ma call this dude R Kelly- foo got a case put on em, but he still shine'n. lol- these are hot cakes though.
Air Randy doesnt sell fakes jus shoes not technically authorized by Nike/Jordan to be made (makes more "samples" than are suppose to be made). These actually look good tho. I would definitely LOVE to see an all red pair OH ME OH MY
Blackouts?? Maybe with a black or smoked sole! Im gettin sick of icy soles, its cold enough in my closet.
eh, HOH exclusive, binarys and Glow in the darks are the only ones i like so far. all red would be the sweetest yet if it ever shows up for a release.