No information on tech is available, although I would guess that mid-foot is made of Hyperposite and the remainder of the higher looks like a mesh/fuse mixture. Due to uniform pointers in the NBA on the time Penny Hardaway originally wore the Foamposite One on court, he had to colour within the ridges of the upper of his “Royal” colorway with a black sharpie to verify the shoes had been over 50% black. The look is recreated here as part of the “Penny Pack” with the Air Penny 6.
Let us know what tech you assume is on the Penny 6 and any other feedback about the overall pack. The Foamposite One comes within the notorious ‘Sharpie’ model, initially a PE of the OG royal blue colorway that needed to be blacked out in some locations to slot in with the NBA’s strict uniform coverage of the time. Both pairs are packaged in a special box, identical to the ‘Shooting Stars’ Pack, with custom graphics and a breakdown of each sneaker on the within. The sneakers showed up again this 12 months when Penny himself wore them in the course of the 2015 NBA All-Star Shooting Stars problem, suggesting that a retail release was on the way in which. By now, leaked pictures of the pair have started to make the rounds.
Nike Air Foamposite One ‘Sharpie’
The Air Foamposite One “Sharpie” will release as part of a pack with the debut of the Air Penny 6. This “Sharpie” version of the Nike Air Foamposite One wasn’t actually created by Nike. Instead, Penny was being hassled by the NBA about sporting his all-Royal Foams, so he went in the locker room and took a Sharpie to satisfy the NBA’s 50/50 guidelines for sneakers back within the league at the moment.
- This 12 months’s pack doesn’t have a common theme, though the historic ‘Royal’ colorway will launch in a well-known kind.
- Complete with refined hints of white, this is one sneaker a Foamposite lover needs in their collection.
- Well Penny took a black sharpie marker and decided to give the sneaker somewhat job to verify it reached leagues standards.
This “Sharpie” version of the Nike Air Foamposite One wasn’t actually created by Nike. Instead, Penny was being hassled by the NBA about carrying his all-Royal Foams, so he went in the locker room and took a Sharpie to meet the NBA’s 50/50 guidelines for sneakers again in the league at that time.
The other sneaker will characteristic the debut of the Nike Air Penny 6, the second to release post-retirement for Hardaway’s main signature line. The shoe appears much like the Penny 1, particularly with the same mid-foot wing.