Nike Air Up – Black – Game Royal – White
Penny Hardaway left a huge mark on Nike Basketball in the mid to late 1990s and at long last we get to revisit one of the last pairs he wore before ascending to the signature pantheon. This Nike Air Up ’14 is based on the original 1994 colorway Penny wore in addition to a black/blue PE during his second pro season. These have been updated a bit with some of the double seams as seen at the eyestay having been removed from the alternating side panels. The smoother build is something akin to the Air Force Max 2013, and hopefully these two models’ similarities extend into the Air Up coming up with some brand new colorways. Stick with Sneaker News for the latest and let us know if you’ll be copping these when they drop on January 18th.
Nike Air Up ’14
Color: Black/Game Royal-White
Style Code: 639029-004
Relese Date: 01/18/2014
Source: Sole Collector
Nike again is destroying another classic kicks, enough with the cheap VacTech BS, release them in the OG materials.
Y'all f***ed up again NIKE I had enough of this vac tech shit already that's the reason why I did not buy the og color of the Air Force maxes stop ruining a classic.. Other than that it looks good
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I had these years ago in the 8th grade and love this shoe but that being said, the ball was dropped! Still like the shoe so I'll still copp to ball in just like I did then! Shout out to Sports Additions for that pickup back in the day and big ups to my grandmother for this purchase in 94 lol
I was waiting for this model to be remade, but they ruined it with the new materials not used on the originals
imo a dope shoe a lot ppl waited for ruined with this '14 shit ...just release the leather /suede og retros,even better if the pip and penny PE