September 16, 2010 BY John Kim
The Nike Zoom BB Low was a guard-friendly basketball sneaker favored by the likes of Steve Nash and Tony Parker – but here’s a look at the upcoming teched-out version of that shoe. Featuring the same low-cut construction and the familiar wavy mudguard, the Air Max 360 BB Low features a full-length 360-Air basketball specific cushioning unit, Flywire panels on the upper, and the super-lightweight Fuse material at the toe as well as an added heel-cup for additional stability. A quick glance and you might guess these would be a low-cut version of the Air Max LeBron VIII (8) that has yet to release – that was a popular guess when we first spotted this shoe at the end of July – considering many of the structural components are the same. These three colorways of white/metallic siilver, black/grey, and a red/light-orange are just some of the expected releases – tentatively an April 2011 release – so stick with Sneaker News for all Nike Basketball updates. More images of this upcoming silhouette await you after the jump. via hoopchina.