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Nike Air More Uptempo Womens silhouette is the perfect exemplification of 90s hoops culture. The NBA was a much more physical and tough game back then, and the boisterous nature of this bulky model sums it up flawlessly. Its recognizable aesthetic hinges on its graffiti-style AIR graphic, while the supporting details tend to take a backseat to the 1996 sneaker’s focal point. However, this time around, the Swoosh ushers in a metallic silver upper to complete this ladies only design affectionally given a “Loud And Clear” monicker. 

With an official release currently scheduled to go down on August 30th, eager fans looking to pick up this Georgetown Hoya-friendly Nike Air More Uptempo Mens will be able to do so a bit early. Dressed in a fitting combination of Cool Grey and Midnight Navy, this intimidating and eye-catching retro hoops silhouette is perfectly dressed in a color scheme made for one of the roughest and toughest college basketball programs of the 80s and 90s.

What better way to celebrate the gaudiness of the 1990s than with the Nike Air More Uptempo US Sale? This special edition release features the classic 1996 model blasted with colors from that decade such as bright orange, teal, and bordeaux purple, all arranged in a manner that should inspire you to whip out the Zubaz pants. In addition to the mis-matched “What The” style colorway, Nike adds those familiar scribble marks on the upper, reminiscent of those outdated school yearbook photos and/or paper cups.

Early this Summer we brought you a first look at an intriguing three-piece set of Nike Air More Uptempo for Sale with embroidered silhouettes of European cities on their heels. As it turns out, these three tastefully colored selections make up the highly anticipated EU City Pack, with iterations paying homage to three of the globe’s most iconic metropolises. London’s version of the 
Nike Air More Uptempo Best Price utilizes a watermelon-like color scheme to play off the vibrant and diverse city culture, while Milan’s pair sports a more noticeable inspiration, drawing its color scheme from the recognizable green, white, and red stripes of the Italian flag.

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