How the Chinese New Year foams look on feet

How the Chinese New Year foams look on feet

Graphic Foams are back.

Today we get a first look at a Chinese New Year Nike Air Foamposite One, the latest addition to Nike’s Lunar New Year collection,. It joins the Air Jordan 6, Air Jordan 32, Nike SF-AF1 and Air Force 1 Low.

And with oday’s surfacing, it’s safe to say that printed foams are back. This one featuring a Foam shell covered in fireworks and floral graphics.

Graphical Foamposites have already made a strong start in 2018, with the Abalone and Galaxy foams kicking off somewhat of a resurgence for a sneaker that had a pretty average 20th anniversary celebration year in 2017.

We don’t have an official release date locked in, but you can expect the “Chinese New Year” Foamposite one to arrive on Nike.com and retailers early this month.

On-foot look 02.01.18

Official images 01.31.18







Product imagegs via @GC911 (01.26.18)




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