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Nike Air Foamposite Pro 2011 Electric Green

Submitted by on March 7, 2011 – 10:07 amOne Comment

The electric green color way stems from the kicks Nate Robinson donned way back in 2009 during his epic battle during the Dunk Contest. Dwight Howard played Super Man to Robinson’s Kryptonate (Green Goblin also fits on a few levels) character. The colorway has since transcended to one of the most popular Nike Basketball silhouettes in the Air Foamposite Pro. The Nike Air Foamposite Pro is as relevant today as it was upon its inception, and has debuted in one color more ornate than the next. Following an iridescent eggplant colorup, there was shiny copper, pearl, and then back-to-basics with an original royal blue rerelease. The electric green colorway is the latest iteration of the Foamposite to hit shelves, these are available now wherever fine foamposites are sold.

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