January 1, 2014 BY Brendan Dunne / 7
Is that the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Voltage”? Nope, it’s actually a custom sneaker made as a tribute to that Nike Air Foamposite Pro colorway of old. The transformation was made by taking the recent Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Army Camo” and blacking out the base. Afterwards throw in a little bit of the namesake yellow shade and viola, you’ve got a a pair that’s not too far off from its muse safe for the pull tabs, back end embroidery, and outsole coloring. Take another look at this Sole Swap job after the click and then give us your thoughts on them in our comments section.
Tired of heads complaining about having options. If you dont like a shoe's cw then dont buy it! let the next man buy it if he likes it.Variety is the spice of life. I personally like the regular pennys over the pros. I had these and the pearls. I never liked that nike check on the side. These kicks would be recognizable even if it didnt have not one nike emblem. I understand its marketing/ promotion/ advertizing but i would like to see a dope ass nike shoe sans all logos for a taste or maybe less.
Time for Nike to start retro Foams and stop giving us some bullshit colorway like they did last year