February 1, 2011 BY Aaron Hope
A December trade brought an influx of new (and returning) talent that has Orlando chasing the Miami Heat for Southweast divison supremacy, and even though Gilbert Arenas decided to wear Penny Hardaway’s (and Tracy McGrady’s) former number, the Magic never left number 1. The ‘one cent’ will always have a special meaning in north Florida, and the Nike Air Max Penny 1 offers a reminder of those mid-’90s golden days. The ‘Orlando’ Air Max Penny 1 first dropped back in late 1995 and would have likely been the single most memorable shoe from that season had Michael Jordan not had something to say about the matter. One thing MJ couldn’t take from Penny is the lasting impact of his Nike Basketball signatures, and this one should see its retro release hit US retailers shortly; mita sneakers in Japan just got theirs.
Color: Black/Varsity Royal-White
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