April 23, 2013 BY John Kim / 6
The significance of the Nike Zoom Revis is justified because he’s just one of a very select few that ever got a signature shoe for playing football. The skill and charisma of Deion Sanders, one of the more outstanding Nike signature athletes in the NFL, is what garnered him the DT line, with the Nike Air DT Max ’96 being one of the more memorable designs in Nike gridiron history, and although we’ve seen the shoe re-release several times over the years (and as recently as 2010), it looks like it’s making one more comeback. We’d like to point out that a revised football logo is indeed replacing the last “NIKE” logo that adorned the 2010 Retros, and this flipped “49ers” colorway looks to be one of the new compositions in the works, so check out the gallery below and snag this size 9 sample in advance from dballaholic on eBay.
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