June 19, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 22
Nike Sportswear’s lineup of classic trainers continues to gain success with each new bringback, and with the Swoosh now finding itself as the NFL’s exclusive outfitter, the timing is right to make a big jump back into the gridiron shoe game. Nike has been a leader in cleats for a good while and now they’ll make another push into that Bo Jackson/Deion Sanders/Brett Favre space with a new signature model for one of the league’s most dynamic talents. The Nike Zoom Revis (which Sneaker News broke the news one) pairs a Flywire upper with prominent midfoot strap on this midcut silo we’ve seen twice now in a Chicago Bulls-leaning colorway to which you can’t help but connect a certain level of success. You’ve gotta expect that New York Jets and other palettes are on tap for Darrelle Revis, so click through to see more and stick with Sneaker News for the Zoom Revis release date.
Thanks to Joe for the heads up!
D. Revis, dude is that a change purse dangling off your belt loop?? C'mon SON, FOH with that corny shit
Needs half airmax midsole in the back. Need to see more colorways, as of now I'm hitting the snooze bar on these -__- zzzZZZZZ
Boring as boring can be. Nothing special or unique at all. Nike's design team is starting to rely way too heavily on this forefoot strap they keep putting on shoes, Yeezy 2, Revis, KD IV, Son of Mars, I've never been into Football sneakers translating into lifestyle fashion so I could just be biased.
All the top companys do the same, its to cut cost. The materials that make up the shoe are cheep as sin but R&D costs millions.
The only thing that cost millions is paying the players to sponsor the sneakers...outside of Nike top designers(which is probably a handful).I don't see them spreading the wealth