March 20, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 8
The Deep Emerald shade that has in recent years been renamed as Freshwater is the color most strongly associated with Ken Griffey Jr.’s Nike Training signature series. This teal hue reminds us that the Seattle Mariners were among a select few groundbreaking sports franchises to bring us tertiary colors in the early ’90s, but even as the marquee look for the whole Griffey family, the Freshwater look has some serious competition. The pairing of Soar and Cyber on this Nike Air Max Griffey Fury is reminiscent of the first non-OG Air Griffey Max 1 that released back in 2009, a colorway that has its roots in the Total Griffey Max 99 that released a decade prior. These have the youthful exuberance to stand out during the summer along with the lightweight and breathable benefits of a Hyperfuse upper, and they’re available now from NikeStore.
Nike Air Max Griffey Fury
I Like the OG shoe,would've been cooler with a lunarfoam or just a max heel like a trainer '94.360 air +170 price tag= outlet bound I'd cop for 90 off msrp.
This, along with the rest of the Griffeys, is an incredibly ugly shoe. Only thing good about the Griffeys are the colorway inspiration for the Swingman Lebrons. Commence hate......now
These arent great at all but to say all Griffeys are incredibly ugly shoes is, its your opinion, but idiotic.