February 8, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 28
You’d have an interesting argument on your hands against one of Nike Basketball’s ‘big three’ signature superstars, but when it comes to the rest of the 2012 NBA All-Star contingent, all of them are being overshadowed by a long-retired former All-NBA’er. That’s because the placement of this year’s ASG in Orlando has given Nike Sportswear the perfect opportunity to apply some otherworldy approaches to some of Penny Hardaway’s beloved classics, and along with the hotly anticipated ‘Galaxy’ Foamposite One, the Nike Air Flight One will drop just before the game in a glow-in-the-dark-soled, space-themed colorway that might be the most eye-catching in that classic’s nearly two decade history. Click through so you can see some sharp new shots and let us know whether it’s these or the ‘Orlando’ edition you’ll be getting when they release on Thursday, February 23rd at NikeStore.
Jordans has become overrated, over priced, and low quality. These and the Orlando's are worth my money
People talking down on these joints however i think they will look way better on feet then some of the other asg release
leaving jordans to many wannabes to many lines not worth it hello nike and so far im liking what im seeing
these are a nice consolation prize if u miss out on the lebrons and foams...maybe one of these will go somewhere other than HOH
i think Nike just wants everyone took just look like idiots walking around with all these glow in the dark sneaks while they roll around in piles of cash
This year I wanted to get away from Jordans b/c of the #swagg madness around them, and I would like to take this time to thank Nike for making it such an easier transition than I though it would be