They definitely haven’t ignored the 90s designs that got things started for him though, and they’ll again shine a light on them with this year’s retro of the Nike Air Max Penny. On the way is this red and white combination, which unfortunately doesn’t have a release date attached just yet – although you can find some a little early on eBay.It looks like the first up pair for this year’s Nike Air Max Penny 1 retro will be this one. The pair has a particularly special spot in Nike Air Penny history – they were on feet for the man during his 1996 All-Star Game performance. The release date is October 25th, and you can expect them to show up right on Nikestore as well as at the standard array of big box stores and smaller sneaker boutiques. Get yourself some more images on this upcoming Penny Hardaway release after the break and tell us in the comments which colorway you’d like to see next.
The Nike Air Max Penny’s 2014 return should have plenty of “Orlando” looks mixed in. Confirming that are further images of this pair, which has a sort of “away” look with its black base and bits of white and royal sprinkled in. The Nike Air Penny line only seems to rise in popularity year after year, which is of course helped out by Marc Dolce’s newer NSW iterations, so it’s no exactly surprising to see the Swoosh dip back into the archives and bring this one out. Find some extra angles on this pair with us below the fold and wait to see when they’ll be in stores.
If Penny fans have been put off by the direction of the Foamposite line in 2014, hopefully they’ll be able to find a little bit of cause for celebration with the upcoming arrival of the Nike Air Max Penny. That first signature silhouette for Mr. Hardaway is indeed on its way, and we’ve got a couple previews of the colors that you can expect when they show up. Check in below the break to see the other one and watch with us for developments on the returning Nike Air Max Penny 1.The Nike Air Max Penny 2014 retro release date is October 25th. Penny Hardaway’s sneaker stock has only risen year by year, so don’t be surprised to see a lot more folks scooping these up than when they last retrod back in 2011.