Nike Air Penny 5

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One of the biggest headlines of yesterday’s news was the first look at the Nike Air Penny V – the alleged fifth signature sneaker of the Air Penny line that was discontinued after the Air Penny IV (until the revelation of the Air 1/2 Cent in 2009). Many have praised the shoe for its 90’s-style design motifs, as it opts for wavy lines and bulbous-y midsoles rather than the jagged, tech look of the Hyperdunk, Kobe, and other Eric Avar classics. This new side-profile shot of the Nike Air Penny V reveals once more the ribbed midsole with what appears to be a newly-designed visible Max Air unit, a pinstriped tongue, and what appears to be a lightweight Hyperfuse-like material on the upper. It’s clear that the Air Penny V was designed in mind of a true continuation of the Air Penny legacy rather than as a contemporary 2012+ shoe, bringing a level of old-school ideas to Nike’s current push of technology and hgh-performance engineering. Your thoughts? Let us know below. via justinji

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