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Saturday, June 1st, 2013 at 1:48 pm  |  5 responses

Nike Air Foamposite Pro ‘Army Camo’ (KICKS)

Camo foams, holmes.

Deemed a performance shoe at its inception but now more of a lifestyle option, the Nike Air Foamposite Pro is a great choice regardless of its usage. After the ‘Fighter Jet’ iteration proved that camo looks good on foam, the Swoosh continues in that theme with the fittingly dubbed, ‘Army Camo.’

Executed in dark forest and olive military camouflage throughout the upper, the shoe sees volt accents along the mesh tongue, heel tab and subtle logo work just above the toe box. Black Swoosh branding appears on the side paneling while the shoe is finished with a welcomed change in the gum bottom. The Nike Foamposite Pro ‘Army Camo’ launches globally on June 8.

images via Hypebeast

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  • ZOGS

    NOT A BIG FAN OF FOAMS….BUT THESE ARE CRAAAZY DOPE

  • Dfrance

    The gum sole is definitely a nice touch. They need to move away from the clear sole, it gets yellow quick and ruins an otherwise good shoe.

    $250 tho…

  • RayJr

    Yeah why are the price for foams so much higher than a player’s signature shoe? If a player did a signature shoe with a “posite” attached to it they would probably be $300+.

  • http://twitter.com/Jzakoni D dot Sanchez

    im feeling these man!

  • Dfrance

    Foams were always expensive, I think they were $180 when they first dropped. They say its because of the materials, but I think they just milk the popularity of the shoe. Lebrons 4th shoe was foam and it was “only” $150

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