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Nike Air Foamposite One "Knicks"

The Nike Air Foamposite One "Knicks" were first inspired by Spike Lee, who wore an identical pair to a Miami Heat-NY Knicks game in 2012. The shoe has a crimson orange upper from toe to heel and you can see it on the tongue, Swoosh and Penny Hardaway's One Cent design on the tongue and heel as well. Game royal blue around the top, tongue and heel pulls makes the crimson orange stand out. The shoe is brought together by with an icy clear outsole. As with all of the Nike Air Foamposites, the sneaker has a carbon midfoot plate on each side and on the sole, too.

These kicks drop Wednesday, November 26, in stores and online, so make sure you check them out at at $230 for men's and $180 for grade schoolers. 

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