Two recent special edition China-inspired Nike Air Foamposite One releases to debut over the years was the “Tianjin” and “Lunar New Year” iterations.
The “Tianjin” Nike Air Foamposite One debuted back in 2015 as nod to the basketball culture in the Chinese metropolis. The colors used on this Foamposite reflects the long history of Tianjin, Tianjin Yangliuqing folk culture and Tianjin features. It features graphics that reference the cultural heritage of that city, and of China.
In 2018, Nike dropped the “Lunar New Year” edition that incorporates motifs from Chinese culture, such as fireworks, cranes, and flowers. It comes with floral illustration on the tongues replacing the traditional “1 Cent” logo.
Looking back at both, which China-exclusive Nike Air Foamposite One would you consider was the better release? Cast your vote below and leave your thoughts in the comments section.
Nike Air Foamposite One Tianjin
Nike Air Foamposite One Lunar New Year