Rasheed Wallace


Nike Air Force 1 High CMFT Sheed “Roscoe”

Rasheed Wallace is now patrolling the sidelines for the Detroit Pistons, but if he had dodged injury last season he would probably be getting ready to play this season for the New York Knicks. If 'Sheed was on the roster, he would have probably laced up the new Nike Air Force 1 High CMFT Sheed "Roscoe". Titled after his longtime nickname "Roscoe", this AF1 CMFT features drop-in Lunarlon insoles for improved comfort. Dressed in Knicks-matching bright orange and royal blue, the personalized classic features designs on the upper and Wallace's famous fadeaway silhouette on the heel. Playing in Air Force 1s his entire career, it's a shame that Rasheed Wallace was forced to retire the year that Nike finally updated the performance technology in their iconic sneaker. Just because the "Ball Don't Lie" enthusiast won't be hooping in these this season doesn't mean you can't. Go get a pair of these Knickerbocker Forces today at Titolo, and keep Nice Kicks streaming for everything sneakers.
Nike Lunar Force 1 High "Sheed"

Nike Lunar Force 1 High “Sheed”

“Ball, don’t lie,” and neither do pics. The Nike Lunar Force 1 High “Sheed” is a real thing and is set to release on May 29th, 2013. Available in two different color makeups, these tribute Lunar Force 1s pay respect to Rasheed Wallace who last played with the New York Knicks. Constructed with a hyperfuse upper and lunarlon outsole, both sneakers will be decorated in New York Knicks’ color schemes. Look for these to exclusively release at 21 Mercer at 6 pm tomorrow.

Live Look: Nike Air Force 1 High “Sheed” All-Star

Years before playing in retros was the norm, Rasheed Wallace put his stamp, literally and figuratively, on the Nike Air Force 1 High. Decked out in patent leather and ostrich paneling, check out this All-Star inspired colorway from 2006 in this From the Vault Friday installment of Live Look. Did you get this pair back in the day? Would you rock if retroed? Let us know in the comment section. Watch this Live Look on Youtube