Nike is ready to bring back another classic basketball sneaker out of the vaults: the Big Nike Low. A contemporary of the Nike Dunk, the Big Nike was seen on the courts at the college and pro levels of basketball around 1986—most notably worn by the unforgettable 7’7″ Manute Bol near the beginning of his NBA career. Although Manute helped make the mid-top version famous, it’s the low cut that’s soon hitting the shelves. With a very similar construction to the Dunk, the key difference is the oversized “NIKE” text on the heel—hence the name Big Nike. The shoe returns in original colorways including the white/red and white/grey leather constructions you see here very soon at select Nike Sportswear retailers internationally.