Sneaker Review of the Week – Nike Air Foamposite One “Rusy Pink”

Penny Hardaway’s impact on the NBA instantly increased the value of 1 cent. That bronze coin that people considered as minimal, transformed into an iconic trademark for one of the most talented basketball players in the 90’s. Penny’s legacy lives on through his memorable highlights and commercials with his replica puppet, but also by the shoes he played in. Specifically, the Air Foamposite One is a sneaker that managed to be released in an assortment of colorways year after year. With a practically indestructible midsole that can last you a lifetime, Air Foamposite One is a sneaker that is an investment if you are looking for a shoe to wear forever. There are 3 features that ensure Air Foamposite One is a must-have in your closet: durable rubber sole, inner bootie, and the wavy midsole.

Durable Rubber Sole- Clear and translucent, the rubber sole gives you that necessary grip to crossover an opponent or to avoid tripping over your own feet.

Inner Bootie- With the luxury of having shoe strings to simply tighten pressure, the inner bootie has a pull tabs (front and back) to slip on the shoe with minimal effort.

Wavy Midsole- It is the foam ridges that all sneaker addicts admire and can’t get enough of. With the new colorway of elemental rose, you can feel sophisticated while sporting an athletic sneaker.

The Air Foamposite One “Rust Pink” will be out 04/20/2018 on and at select DTLR locations. Be sure to cop your pair while they are still available.


Writing is a craft that LaMon "Noy" Byrams developed at a young age, but never used it on a professional level. After interning at DTLR/VILLA, the company decided to acquire his literary talents to write compelling articles focused on their latest shoes and sneakers.

April 18, 2018


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