Classics Revisited: Nike Air Penny IV “Cool Grey” (2001)

October 4, 2012 BY / 4

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NIKE AIR PENNY WEEK

Quick disclaimer: While ‘Cool Grey’ isn’t an official part of this colorway, everyone and their maternal guardians called these Penny IVs as such. Moving on – the Air Penny IV ‘Cool Grey’ released in 2001 as one of the earliest ‘Retro’ releases of the Nike Air Penny as a whole. It quickly adopted the ‘Cool Grey’ moniker for having the patent leather mudguard and strap, mimicking the Air Jordan XI ‘Cool Grey’ that debuted that year as well, and the crossover effect of one banging colorway to another shoe made the Penny IV ‘Cool Grey’ a highly coveted item among Penny enthusiasts. This long-forgotten colorway remains as one of the best Penny IV colorways yet – perhaps a re-release is on the way in 2013? More of tonight’s Classics Revisited below, so take a look and stay tuned for the final Air Penny classic tomorrow!

Nike Air Penny IV
Medium Grey/Medium Grey-White
302582-001
2001

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4 comments
damruff
damruff

I was thinking about selling mine since I'm moving,

NiMe89
NiMe89

 @damruff What size & how much? I been on the hunt for these

damruff
damruff

@NiMe89 Size 10 not sure on price since they have some yellowing. If I decide to sell them just check eBay same user name damruff.

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