Nike Foamposite technology consists of using a synthetic molded upper. The Nike Air Foamposite One, Nike Total Air Foamposite Max, Nike Air Foamposite Pro, and Nike Air 1/2 Cent use Nike Foamposite technology along with many other shoes.

Nike Air Foamposite One Bulls 3M Custom

Nike Air Foamposite One “Bulls 3M” Custom

Showing flashes of Chicago, the Nike Air Foamposite One “Bulls 3M” Custom places black and red accents on a black base. While the Bulls motif is always on display, reflective heel hits offer shine to the upper. A white base keeps it homey, contrasted by black lace detail and a red outsole. Take a look at this Sole Swap creation below and let us know if you’d rock these.
Nike Air Foamposite One "305"

Nike Air Foamposite One “305” Custom

As the second piece in GourmetKickz' "305 Pack", this Nike Air Foamposite One custom is as eye-catching as they come. Following up the Nike LeBron 9 Elite "Miami Beach", now the Foamposite One gets a tropical twist. Using the same tropical watercolor print used on the LeBron 9, the foam upper is accented by aqua and pink gradient with touches of grey and black. With a truly unique design, Miami-inspired Foamposite custom follows the One's recent trend of outgoing uppers.
Nike Air Foamposite One Prototype

Nike Air Foamposite One Prototype

When it was first introduced, the Nike Air Foamposite One was received with anything but open arms (and wallets). An unconventional design and a ludicrous price tag made this unique sneaker questionable at first. Penny rocked it, Wale rapped about them, and the rest is history. An original prototype of the iconic Foamposite One was recently spotted on Nike's World Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. Some minor changes that were ultimately made to this original mold were the shape of the toe box, the alteration of the Nike name tag into the forefoot swoosh, and the uncovering of the carbon fiber on the midsole.