September 27, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne / 20
These days the whole ‘camo’ designation alone won’t quite cut it, with streetear labels and sneaker brands alike experimenting with seemingly limitless variations on that theme. Take the new Nike Air Max Hyperposite shown here for example, sporting a tiger camo style pattern on the upper, a specific patterning fairly new to the Nike INC at large save for this Converse collab. Click through for the first high quality look at the Nike Air Max Hyperposite ‘Tiger Camo’ and keep your eyes peeled for release info on this bosky pair of basketball sneaks.
Photos: Marquee Sole
WTF does "these shoulda been the lebron X's" mean...that statement certainly makes it sound as if ur saying "I'd like these if they were called 'Lebron 10's'"....If so, that is simply ridiculous. People are liking shoes for the wrong reasons. Simply look @ a shoe, screw the friggan name/numbers being released/celebrities seen wearing them/the opinions of others, etc---and just decide "Do I like these or NOT?"
@rolltide78244 @Big_Infinite dude out here tryin to pose as me... so I gave him a chance to take a pic of his driver license & post it as his new profile pic... haven't heard frum him since lol
@TruthSays Right!! these wouldve been one of his best signature shoes lol
@ThaBrandNewGuy these is swag