Back 2012, Nike dropped the Nike Air Foamposite One Galaxy during the NBA All-Star Weekend. At the point in time, it was the hottest shoe around. Fast forward to 2023, and Nike Air Foamposite One is not as sought-after as it once was, but maybe a retro release of the Nike Air Foamposite One Galaxy could help with that?
According to zsneakerheadz, Nike is set to to bring back the Nike Air Foamposite One Galaxy next year. When it initially dropped, the Nike Air Foamposite One Galaxy was an integral part of the Nike Basketball “All-Star” collection that also included the Nike KD 4, Kobe 7, LeBron 9, Dunk High, and Air Flight One. The Nike Air Foamposite One Galaxy is highlighted by its iconic Galaxy print across its Foamposite shell with Black used on the eyestays. A closer look unveils the mini embroidered Swoosh on the toe as well as Penny’s 1 Cent logo posted on the tongue, heel, and outsole. A carbon fiber midfoot shank plate atop its signature glow-in-the-dark rubber outsole completes the design. You also can’t forget about the “Remove Before Flight” tag. Classic.
Below you will find images of the 2012 pair. Images of the 2024 version have yet to leak, but it is expected to look identical or at least very similar to the 2012 pair you see down low. The Nike Air Foamposite One Galaxy 2024 has no official release date, but early reports suggest we see these release during Spring 2024, possibly during All-Star Weekend 2024. Stay tuned for more updates.
In other release news, the Air Jordan 2 WMNS Cool Grey is slated to debut soon.
via: Sneaker Files / zsneakerheadz