June 11, 2013 BY Aaron Hope / 15
We knew the Nike Air Revolution was returning in 2013 and now here’s the release info for the first drop. The Air Revolution reaches back to its 1988 OG ‘Tech Grey’ makeup, and while the VNTG treatment with subtly pre-yellowed midsoles is as unexpected as the colorway, it’s the two packmates that make this most intriguing. They don’t necessarily have the most direct ties to the Revolution, but the ‘Auburn’ Air Trainer SC High and ‘Citron’ SC II are themselves known as Bo Jackson signatures (and both available fairly recently). One classic basketballer and two cross-training pillars come together with light antique touches this Friday, June 14th, so stick with Sneaker News to see if the trio hits shops in addition to Overkill.
The question was why do they keep releasing them and its due to their place in mik history. As for age and who's smarter than who we are talking about sneakers my keyboard commando friend. At the point they go bo Jordan was their highest seller. Know ur history was a general statement. Everyone carry on.
Yeah, it's definitely weird to see these coming back again, and with some VNTG designation. The SCs *just* got retro'd again a couple months ago and the SC2s look just like QS from last year. That's fine by me though, because hopefully it'll push the price on those SC2s down a bit and I can snatch up a pair.
LOL ill stick with my QS SC's that are fresh as fuck
what in the world is this vntg stuff
"yeah I want everyone to think I've had these sneakers since my mommy bought them for me back in the day" gtfoh with selling shoes that already looked ruined.
Trainer SCs again? The shoe isn't that great to be honest. Why do these keep coming back? Try something else, Nike.