July 29, 2013 BY John Kim / 21
The Nike Air Mission will be the latest in a long line of 90s Nike models meant for the gridiron to make its return. The sneaker was not a signature silhouette per se in its original form, but they were associated closely with fallen San Diego star Junior Seau who wore them on the regular during his heyday. Is the model one that you’ll be picking up for a second go-round or is the whole trainer retro category a bit crowded for your tastes at the moment? Tell us down in the comments after you check out a couple more quick catalog scans that promise the sneaker’s return.
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I was just thinking to myself the other day, that its about damn time
and it turns out that it really was about damn time
I remember these from like sixth grade, they were dope af back then, gotta see em in person to really make a decision
Wish they could have kept the shape the same. I really wonder why they could not. I would have scrapped the alt. color way and made the low top
@kingcrux31 LOL. Im with you bro
It's not about patting myself on the back. It's about being respectful. If you're going to use pics from another site, give credit to the person or website that provided the info. Don't just take it, crop the pics in an effort to make them look different, and pass them off as your own. There's a reason they edited and put the credit up there.
@jshortt Thanks for the info and pics bro. I turned into a kid when i saw these were returning. lol SERIOUS.
That doesn't even make sense in this situation, just like your interpretation of my first comment. In the words of Inigo Montoya "I do not think that means what you think it means." I'm not entirely sure why you felt the need to get involved in something that was none of your concern to begin with. Not that I need to explain to you any further, but that first comment was left to make sure the proper site (whether my name was attached or not) got credit for providing the pics...and it got the job done, didn't it? The edit was made, I got an acceptable response from an admin, and responded in kind with thanks. I'm done arguing with some anonymous internet handle. Enjoy your Missions.
Thanks for your response Brendan. I appreciate the explanation. You guys have always been great about giving credit when necessary. My last response wasn't directed at you/SN, but more towards the smart arse talking about patting myself on the back, and explaining my original comment.
@jshortt The missing credit in this case was an accidental omission, not a purposeful one. Niketalk is obviously a frequent source of info and we make a point to credit there whenever necessary. The photos weren't edited to make them seem like they were our own, but rather to make the images look little better than in your original photo. The watermark is on there to keep others from pulling the image from us after the little amount of photoshop time we put into it.