nike air more uptempo gs green

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Nike has always managed to remain synonymous within basketball. Be it Michael Jordan's first signature sneaker in 1985, or Penny Hardaway's Air Foamposite Ones or Air Pennys, the brand has always been the front runner when it comes to performance footwear, and in '96 another striking silhouette was added to their roster: the Air More Uptempo.

Chicago Bulls' small forward Scottie Pippen made a name for himself back in 1996 while nike sneakers for girls wearing the rather flamboyant Nike Air More Tempo (later renamed the Uptempo), a black basketball sneaker with a full airbag underfoot and enormous white leather lettering plastered across the side. The style went on to become an icon thanks to its larger than life branding which epitomised the bulky, oversized styles of the era.

The Nike Air More Uptempo GS "Light Aqua" is the youth sizing for the updated colorway of the nike air more uptempo gs green classic performance basketball design made famous by Scottie Pippen. A hallmark of '90s-era performance footwear, the revered Air More Uptempo '96 features a bold appearance backed by high-performing tech. The upper sports a Light Aqua suede base with contrasting black leather for the signature "AIR" design across the upper. Further branding appears on the toe in the form of a white embroidered Swoosh hit on the suede toe, an embossed white Swoosh on the heel, and black embroidered Swooshes covering the tongue.

From OG colorways to the Supreme collab, the Nike Air More Uptempo has never Check out had a bigger year than 2017. It all concluded with a special "City Pack" for the boldly-branded sneaker, featuring special modified editions for New York City, Atlanta, and of course, the city where Scottie Pippen helped make the classic 1996 model famous: Chicago. The "Chicago" Air More Uptempo features a revamped upper with "CHI" replacing the original "AIR" branding and a classic red and black Bulls color scheme.

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