Just like Jordan Brand, Nike Sportswear has their beloved silhouette in two-different versions, the Nike Air Foamposite One and Nike Air Foamposite Pro. With minor differences, the silhouettes originally debuted in a range of select colorways in 1997 as a signature sneaker to Penny Hardaway.
So what really makes these two models different? The biggest and most obvious difference is the large Swoosh spotted on the Pro. The One is tagged with Penny Hardaway 1cent logos on the tongues, while the Pro reads ‘AIR.’ The back pull tab of the Pro reads ‘Foamposite,’ while the One just has lines. The back heel of the One again has the 1cent logo, while the Pro just has the Swoosh. To finish off the differences is the outsole. Both feature carbon fiber but the Pro has a Swoosh and the One has the 1cent logo.
Check out a few angles of both Nike Air Foamposite One and Nike Air Foamposite Pro below. Let us know which pair you prefer over the other, or is it just about the colorways Nike Sportswear produces that catches your liking? Speak your mind in the comments section.
Nike Air Foamposite One
Nike Air Foamposite Pro