Last updated on February 16th, 2024
|Nike Air Max CB 94
In August, Charles Barkley's Nike Air Max CB '94 received a rejuvenation and now starts to become a part of Nike's wider collections. Following its retro comeback with some original styles from the 90s, the shoe's unique design, inspired by straight jackets, will be featured in a larger lineup of footwear in the coming year.
The assortment known as the Nike Basketball "Dark Smoke Grey" collection introduces a modern color scheme to several of the brand's classic basketball shoes that are steeped in nostalgia. These particular shoes, including the Dunk Low and Air More Uptempo, feature a unique two-toned design that pays homage to their original release in 1994.
The clad-leather upper of these sneakers is dominated by a combination of "Light Smoke Grey" and "Light Silver" hues, creating a strong presence. To add contrast, the midsole, tongue, laces, and heel tab feature accents of "Dark Smoke Grey" with the collection's signature Nike insignia. Adding a touch of vibrancy, the heel's 270-degree Max Air cushioning system is infused with a subtle "Barely Green" shade. Additionally, the elastic straps on the quarter and parts of the tread are treated with a glow in the dark finish, adding a unique element to the design.
The highly anticipated debut of the Nike Air Max CB '94 "Dark Smoke Grey" is set to grace the sneaker scene in the upcoming spring of 2024. With a price tag of $170, this stylish pair is creating quite a buzz among sneaker enthusiasts. While we await its official release, we can indulge in a sneak peek through stunning imagery that showcases its intricate details in this article.
By the way, if you want to see more options about Nike basketball shoes, you can see the Nike Book 1, which were produced through a collaboration between Devin Booker and Nike.