Category Nike Foamposite

The Nike Foamposites line debuted in 1997 in two versions – the Nike Air Foamposite One and the Nike Air Foamposite Pro. The Air Foamposite One is remembered for not having a Swoosh logo on the upper. It is synonymous with Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway, although they were never officially one of his signature shoes. Read below for the latest release dates and prices for upcoming Foamposite releases. Prices for Foamposites throughout history range from $170 (the original price for the Pro) and $275 (the highest price ever, the 2015 “Chromeposite”).

price range / $170-275

One Of The Most Controversial Colorways In Nike History Is Coming Back On The Foamposite One Of The Most Controversial Colorways In Nike History Is Coming Back On The Foamposite

August 31, 2015 BY / 4.36 / 5

Problems between Nike and a certain high-end luxury fashion brand that uses a red and green color scheme have arisen before, but that didn’t stop Nike from issuing this new color...Read More

This Upcoming Nike Air Foamposite Pro Release May Cause A Legal Mess This Upcoming Nike Air Foamposite Pro Release May Cause A Legal Mess

August 28, 2015 BY / 4.46 / 5

This Nike Air Foamposite Pro is about to cause some problems. A certain not-to-be-named high-end luxury brand is already upset that people are referring to this lifestyle-ready colorwa...Read More

Nike Pays Tribute To Jesus Shuttlesworth With Upcoming Pack Release

August 26, 2015 BY / 4.44 / 5

If you want to know what Nike kicks were hot in 1997, look no further than Spike Lee’s He Got Game. The flick, chock full of sneaker appearances, stars Ray Allen as Jesus Shuttle...Read More

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Nike Foamposites Are Back In A Big Way This November

August 24, 2015 BY / 4.65 / 5

Nike has been very liberal with materials and colorways on their Foamposites over the last three years. The Fall season is opening doors yet again to some “suede”-based rel...Read More

Nike Air Foamposite One “Olive” – Release Date

August 19, 2015 BY / 4.01 / 5

Continuing on with the suede editions of the Nike Air Foamposite One, Nike Sportswear crafts the perfect fall look for the sneaker with the upcoming “Olive” colorway. Givin...Read More

New Details On The Upcoming Nike Air Foamposite One “Olive”

August 11, 2015 BY / 3.03 / 5

Beauty’s in the details. At least that’s what the latest Nike Air Foamposite One is aiming for, as the alternate lifestyle suede construction is slated to return September ...Read More

The Nike Foamposites Inspired By High End Handbags Have A Release Date

August 6, 2015 BY / 4.48 / 5

By now you should know what this Nike Air Foamposite Pro is referencing. The iconic red and green combination with just the right amount of gum accents points to a to-not-be-named purv...Read More

Nike Air Foamposite One “Olive”

August 3, 2015 BY / 4.01 / 5

Foamposite fans already have the “White/Gum” Air Foamposite Pro to look forward to, but now there’s another new suede edition of the original Air Foamposite One comin...Read More

Another Look At The Nike Air Foamposite Pro in White/Gum

July 28, 2015 BY / 4.48 / 5

Foamposite fans are ready for the next release of their favorite shoe, dropping soon in the clean luxury belt and handbag brand’s (that we can’t name) color scheme. Earlier...Read More

Return Of The Pearl Foamposites? Not Quite

July 27, 2015 BY / 2.26 / 5

Remember the Nike Air Foamposite Pro featuring subtle green and red accents in honor of a not-to-be-named luxury brand? Well it looks like the Swoosh continues to reference the purveyo...Read More


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