October 29, 2010 BY John Kim
Kobe made the low-top basketball shoe cool but it was Steve Nash who started the trend within Nike. The two-time MVP has been wearing low-cut kicks on court for a long while and his recent kicksology reads: Air Jet Flight, Air Zoom Drive, Air Flight Banger, Air Zoom BB Low I & II, Cradle Rock Low. If the trend isn’t obvious yet, here’s a look at the Black/White/Red/Grey colorway of the Nike Air Max Cradle Rock Pro; the low-cut Nash-specific basketball shoe features a visible Air Unit on the heel with an Air Max Rise-esque midsole design. You can expect Steve Nash to wear this model during the upcoming post-Amare Phoenix Suns era, so check out the extra detailed images from estpremium after the jump and if you like what you see, you can get yours now on eBay.