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Nike Sportswear will be debuting the Nike Little Posite One “Black Fruity Pebbles” version to go along with last year’s “White Fruity Pebbles” colorway.

This kids exclusive Nike Air Foamposite One is dressed in similar color scheme as last year’s model that’s highlighted with its colorful sole that would be perfect for an Easter shoe.

The shoe features a Black Foamposite shell base, accented with colorful graphics on the carbon fiber and outsole. The Fruity Pebble theme is a cereal-inspired release that first debuted on the LeBron 4 in 2006 and has been in rotation since coming back in 2014.

Nike Little Posite One Black Fruity Pebbles Release Date

Check out the additional images below and look for the Nike Little Posite One “Black Fruity Pebbles” to release on February 27th, 2016 at select Nike Sportswear retail stores. The retail price tag is set at $180 USD.

Nike Little Posite One “Fruity Pebbles”
Black/Black-Multi-Color
846077-001
February 27, 2016
$180

UPDATE: Here are detailed images of the Nike Little Posite One “Black Fruity Pebbles” that will be debuting on February 27th at shops like Shoe Palace.

Nike Little Posite One Black Fruity Pebbles

Nike Little Posite One Black Fruity Pebbles

Nike Little Posite One Black Fruity Pebbles

Nike Little Posite One Black Fruity Pebbles

Nike Little Posite One Black Fruity Pebbles

Nike Little Posite One Black Fruity Pebbles

Nike Little Posite One Black Fruity Pebbles

Source: zsneakerheadz

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