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Nike Air Penny V “Phoenix Suns”

July 25, 2012 BY / 8

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While the complete details regarding the materials and tooling of the upcoming Nike Air Penny V have been revealed, we can see that Nike crammed as much as it could (within the boundaries of the $160 MSRP) into this 1-Cent branded shoe. What we do see is a uniquely designed 180-degree Max Air unit on the Heel and what appears to be a thin, breathable mesh build on the upper – overall a similar concept to what we saw with the Nike LeBron 9 (sans Flywire). While the Air Penny V is scheduled for a debut in November in the quintessential ‘Orlando’ colorway, this energetic ‘Suns’ colorway is set to follow in December, so check out the close-up shots of this upcoming release below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates. Photos: thegameisafoot on NT

Nike Air Penny V
Dark Grey/Black-Rave Pink-Court Purple
537331-070
12/2012
$160


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