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In its debut year, the Foamposite, designed by Nike’s Advanced Product Engineering team, was one of the most technologically advanced shoes on the court. Ver más
Over 20 years later, it's still a total show-stopper. The Foamposite has its roots in Nike's 1990s golden age of innovation. Eric Avar's goal with this shoe was to make a sneaker that fit perfectly, more like a glove than a standard shoe. Unlike traditional stitched shoes, the Nike Foamposite's upper is molded and starts off as a liquid. After its debut in 1997, the Foamposite was re-released in several more colorways throughout the 2000s. Today's popular Nike Foamposite shoes include the Nike Air Foamposite One Obsidian Glitter, which has a distinctive glittery look. The Nike Air Foamposite Pro Sequoia has a more matte finish.