October 5, 2012 BY John Kim / 3
In 2006, amidst a slew of Air Penny IV releases, Nike went a bit out of bounds with one design by applying a unique digital camouflage print on the upper and strap of the shoe. This funky upper wasn’t alone either; the Huarache 2k4 – a staunch performance basketball shoe – was created in tonal classic camouflage and snakeskin uppers and quickly hit the clearance racks while absorbing some laughs along the way. However, that style, including this digi-camo Air Penny IV, might do better in today’s sneaker scene, where loud designs and graphics reign supreme. This digi-camo pair of Penny releases didn’t do so well in stores and quickly became one of those unique outlet finds, but could Nike revisit this idea when the Penny IV re-releases again? Check out the final installment of this week’s Classics Revisited and let us know if these are hiding in your collection!
Nike Air Penny IV
White/Midnight Navy-University Blue-Ice Blue
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