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Upcoming Nike Air Foamposite Pro “All-Star” To Feature Interchangeable Swoosh And Heel Logos

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Travis Scott’s Nike Air Force 1 collaboration seems to have brought back a vintage design concept that is starting to get more and more love lately – customizability. The ability for Nike to give its wearer control over what his or her sneaker looked like started with NIKEiD, but has now taken a new shape with interchangeable logos on multiple silhouettes, most recently the upcoming Nike Foamposite Pro “All-Star”. As you can see from the diagram below, this new selection will come with multiple Swoosh options – much like Travis’ AF1 – as well as interchangeable heel logos. Nike’s new “Hot Air” collection utilizes a similar idea with unique velcro patches that Nike fans can put all over their favorite Air Max silhouette.

Interestingly enough, earlier Foamposite Pro models had issues with their Swooshes, as often times the glue binding them to their shell would wear out causing the signature check to fall off. Now, Nike is encouraging you to remove that Swoosh, but of course, switch it out with another one of a different color or design.

No official details are currently available, so stay tuned to Sneaker News regarding updates and actual images. In other Foamposite news, the “Big Bang” or “Alternate Galaxy” Foams are scheduled to drop on February 4th.

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