Nike Air Raid “ParaNorman”

September 30, 2012 BY

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Joel Colley and David Trujillo of Laika Studios presented the sneaker community with the Nike Air Foamposite One ‘ParaNorman’ – truly one of the most memorable sneaker releases of all-time. For their outstanding work, Tinker Hatfield and Tiffany Beers presented both Colley and Trujillo a special edition of the Nike Air Raid in ParaNorman fashion as a reward for the design (which raised over $200,000 for the Born This Way Foundation). Colley and Trujillo originally selected the Nike Air Raid to represent ParaNorman, but in the end the Foamposite was the final model of choice (not that anyone’s complaining). This incredible limited edition version of the Air Raid is set off with autographs by Tinker and Tiffany, making these even more incredible than what they already are! More shots of this unique Air Raid below and stick with Sneaker News for potential updates on this ParaNorman classic!

Photos: davidtrujillo

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