The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Spider-Man” is the latest volume of the wavy silhouette, and On-Foot Look is hitting the streets to profile the heroic mold. This striking style code
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Set to swing by your local Nike retailer this weekend is the friendly neighborhood “Spiderman” Foamposite Pro. Drawing inspiration directly from the comic book superhero, a blue-red color scheme is on display on the graphic upper. Check out the shoe in detail in today’s Live Look.
The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Spider-Man” will be available at shopnicekicks.com and other Nike retailers this Saturday, February 8th for $250.
The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Spider-Man” continues to get traction on the web, seen in the wild via photos from our own Kin Kwan. This tri-tone take on the Swoosh sporting Foams features a graphic upper, gradient sole and trim topped tongue. Set to release this Saturday at shopnicekicks.com and the Nice Kicks Shop in Austin, TX, get a detailed look at the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Spider-Man” in the gallery above.
Prepare to catch yourself a pair of “Spiderman” Foam Pros this weekend. The anticipated, seemingly Spidey-inspired colorway of the Nike Air Foamposite Pro is set to hit retailers on Saturday, February 8th, and Nike Sportswear has just released the first official image of the sneaker. Will you be looking to snare a pair this weekend? Let us know in the comments.
The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Spiderman” is here to crush the web. A tri-tone upper sees red, black and blue hues highlight the wavy Foam construction, with the respective tones also working their way into the trim. Black and blue gradient graces the outsole on this vivid comic book colorway, with carbon fiber responsiveness also present. The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Spiderman” is available now at hanon.
Last night, Phoenix Suns forward Markieff Morris rose off the bench for one of his best performances of the year both on the stat sheet and on the foot. Racking up an impressive 24 points, 7 boards and 4 dimes in a win over the Lakers, Markieff made his mark in the OG “Pearl” colorway of the Nike Air Foamposite Pro. While Markieff rocked the retros, this proved a big sighting as this color code rarely gets shine on the NBA hardwood, perhaps best known for its on-screen endorsement by Jesus Shuttlesworth in the movie He Got Game.
Though Markieff elected “Pearls,” his twin brother Marcus went with diamonds by rocking the “Home” makeup of the jewel-inspired Nike LeBron X. Quincy Miller of the Denver Nuggets also debuted the “Bobcats” 10s, Nick Young laced up some swaggy iDs and LeBron stuck with Soldiers. Check out the best Kicks On Court sightings from last night in the photos below.
Frequent Foam customizer Sole Swap goes in reverse on his latest creation. The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Voltage” Custom takes what was once the “Army Camo” release from 2013 and flips it to that of the 1997 OG. A black base blanks out the camo print, while voltage accents appear on the Swooshes and trim hits. Check out photos of the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Voltage” Custom in the gallery above and follow Sole Swap on IG for all inquires.
Pre-Heat styling was seen on the “Retro” Foams thanks to many a hot pink lace swap. Sole Swap takes that idea up a notch with the Nike Air Foamposite Pro “South Beach” Custom. A translucent, hot pink outsole pops, matching official and custom tagging on the heel and tongue. Black trim and branding are intact, remaining inline with the “South Beach” theme and standard Foamposite styling. Follow Sole Swap on IG for all inquiries.