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Nike Barkleyposite Max - Men's Basketball Shoes



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This is the Nike Barkleyposite Max "Statue Of Liberty" edition. The Air MAX Posite is one of the newest Nike Basketball models and features a mixture of some of the most innovative materials in Nike's arsenal including a sturdy Foamposite shell fused with breathable and super lightweight Hyperfuse, sitting upon a 360 degree Max Air unit. This edition features a Statue Of Liberty theme with a Crystal Mint upper and Metallic Copper Coin details. This shoe was very limited upon release so be sure to add a pair to your collection today.

Another classic shoe — or hybrid of a shoe line — is getting a Foamposite infusion. The resulting model, the Nike Barkley Posite Max (release date expected in early-2013) may be the next big basketball-influenced hit from Nike Sportswear.

Essentially taking the Air Max2 CB 94 (or the current Air Max Barkley), designers added a healthy does of Foamposite from toe to heel, with a bit of nubuck providing material-contrast while classic “CB” Barkley logos grace the tongues and heels.

Also borrowing from the classic Barkley shoe is the outsole, which reads “Not a Role” on one shoe and “Model” on the other, quoting Sir Charles’s 1993 Nike commercial.

About Nike Swoosh

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Swoosh is the symbol of the Nike shoes and clothing. It is also the most recognizable brand logo in the world.

The Nike "swoosh'" designed in 1971 by Carolyn Davidson, a graphic design student at Portland State University. She met Phil Knight while he was teaching accounting classes and she started doing some freelance work for his company, Blue Ribbon Sports (BRS).

BRS decided to build its own brand in 1971, while the first product soccer cleat called the Nike, which manufactured in Mexico.
In the spring of 1971, Davidson presented a number of design options to Knight and other BRS executives, and they ultimately selected the mark now known globally as the Swoosh. "I don't love it," Knight told her, "but I think it will grow on me."

In June 1972, the first running shoes of Swoosh were bringing out at the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon. Nike continues to use the brand today.

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