October 30, 2012 BY Aaron Hope
The ‘White Camo’ Nike Air Foamposite One is the latest example of a concealment pattern achieving roughly the opposite of its original purpose, and today a series of new images gives us more clues as to what’s really going on inside. This Camo Foamposite One features lightning bolts on both sets of pull tabs, ‘DANGER’ tags on the upper eyelets that foreshadow the ejection seat warning you’ll see on one of the insoles, plus the US armed forces aircraft insignia on the other. This military theme would be right at home in Houston, site of the 2013 NBA All-Star Game and release date for a mysterious Foamposite teased by Nike Sportswear head Gentry Humphrey, so stick with Sneaker News to see if our suspicions are confirmed and let us know where these Camo Foam Ones rank against the other two now infamous printed pairs released in 2012. We’ll keep you up to date on the pending release date and thanks to FantasyKicks, you can see some additional images below.