November 30th, 2011 by Aaron Hope
Only in a magical kitchen like the innovative one at Nike’s Beaverton, Oregon headquarters could you concoct a recipe whereby two mid-late ’90s basketall shoes known for their wavy designs could be hybridized to create one of of the 20-teens’ most interesting winter boot designs. This new Nike ACG Air Max Bakin’ Posite Boot is somewhere between the ‘Metallic Pewter’ Air Foamposite One and ‘Metallic Silver’ Air Force 1 Foamposite, but manages to outdo them both in terms of visible cushioning thanks to a full-length Max Air setup. Click through so you can see more details including the well placed hit of red on their tongue tags, and grab a pair today from footsoldiers on eBay.
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November 16th, 2011 by Aaron Hope
Further proof that Nike All Conditions Gear is absolutely killing it these days: here’s a model that was born of two Nike Basketball classics and features a cushion derived from that same lineage that can still absolutely stomp the life out of the roughest conditions and/or terrain. The Nike ACG Air Max Bakin’ Posite Boot is back for 2011 in a Metallic Dark Grey getup that might have you wondering where these fall in both the Foam family legacy as well as the ACG heirarchy. Could this color Foamposite be even more pleasing than the Metallic Pewter colorway released on an Air Foamposite One this spring, and how do they rank against other recent ACG standouts like the Premium Boot, Zoom Meriwether and Lunar MacLeay? Let us know with a comment when you click through to see more images and check for these at select Nike Sportswear dealers like Oneness or get them right now from the comfort of your computer on eBay.
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