Nike Cradle Rock Low 2011 – Phoenix Suns ‘Home’

October 24, 2011 BY

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Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash is among a group of aging veterans including Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and Nash’s former teammate Dirk Nowitzki who seem to be maintaining their elite status longer than previous generations’ elite stars.  Nash continues to get his 15 and 11 each night thanks to superior preparation, a knock-up medical staff in the desert and perhaps superior footwear.  Nash has never had his own name grace a Swooshed sneaker and last spring signed with the Chinese brand Loyou, but the Nike Cradle Rock Low 2011 is indeed a follow-up to one of his more popular recent looks.  They have a very clean if classically-leaning aesthetic, one that’s bolstered by an iridescent ankle collar and the technical support of a Cushlon sole.  Just like the rest of the MIA NBA’s next round of sig kicks, you can expect these at select Nike Basketball retailers shortly, and be sure to click through to see some additional images so you know what to expect.  via SM

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