Arguably one of the most iconic sneakers worn in the NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Contest is the Nike Foamposite Lite Kryptonate debuted by Nate Robinson in Phoenix. The purpose for wearing them was to help him dethrone “Superman” Dwight Howard to become the new Slam Dunk Champion.

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Featuring shades of Green throughout the entire Lunarlite Foamposite shell with Flywire and Zoom Air technology and Black detailing. Nike released less than 100 pairs on St. Pattys Day, March 17th, 2009 to Foot Lockers Harlem House of Hoops that included an exclusive release event with Nate Robinson in attendance.

Maybe one of the most sought-after Foamposite sneakers to-date, how many of you would like to see Nike Sportswear bring these back in the near future? For those that do, 2019 would make for the perfect year to bring them back to celebrate the shoe’s 10-year anniversary. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

You can also find sizes still available via eBay.

Nike Foamposite Lite ASG “Kryptonate”
Color: Electric Green/Green Spark-Black
Style Code: 361162-331
Release Date: March, 17, 2009
Price: $185

Nike Foamposite Lite Kryptonate

Nike Foamposite Lite Kryptonate

Nike Foamposite Lite Kryptonate

Nike Foamposite Lite Kryptonate