Nike Air Foamposite One “White-Out”
Sandwiched between winter snow and the warm weather with which white is synonymous, this upcoming Nike Air Foamposite One is perfectly positioned with a late March release date. The ‘Whiteout’ Air Foamposite One presents to us an iconic design in ‘blank’ form, the sole color a bit of black from the carbon fiber shank plate. So in addition to the already numerous strengths of the Foam One, you get an unprecedentedly summery colorup whose matching possibilities are entirely unlimited. Have a closer look below to get your imagination primed and stick with Sneaker News for updates as we close in on the 3/29 retail release.
Nike Air Foamposite One
Okay so i'm fairly new to the "shoe game." If i wore a pair of shoes with an icy sole casually(not in grass/water or anything) about once every 2-3 weeks, how long would it take for the sole to yellow?
yall compainin bout da sole yellowin... stop wearin ya kicks so often... and foams have had da icy sole since 2008... if u dont kno how to wear them by now, dont cop then.. cuz im gettin my 2 pair as usual
Too white for 220...knowing they gnna gt dirty as shit,better off buyn some AF1s aleast u wont regret it dat much
For march I've got to choose one and I'm getting the lightnings. I like these but would've been dope in the shooting star get up
@AlfonsoSalemi if you spray water resistant spray on them you might have them for a year before they turn yellow key word might.. other then that you can seaglow them or just swap the sole to a black sole which im gonna do anyway
@OGeverything_ they wont stay icey blue the blue is to slow down the yellowing. with regular icey soles then usually go straight to yellow. like carmine 6s yellowed in a couple of weeks.
@Da_Real_Big_Infinite no doubt on dat shit
@fly li why are you comparing an all white, to blue and orange. make sense? no