For so many sneakerheads, whatever a company decides to do on the sole of a particular shoe can very well make or break it. For example, the Air Jordan XI is revered almost as much, if not AS much, for the patent leather as the icy sole. However, that is not to say that other cool ideas can’t be implemented in such an important part of the shoe. To that extent, we would like to show you the “Paint Drip” Nike Big Nike high, which obviously gets its nickname from what looks to be spilled paint that is dripping down the entire sole until hitting the dark outsole. Meanwhile, the sneaker’s upper comes in a mix of different shades of grey as well as different materials. These are availble now through the online FinishLine store- but only in grade school sizes, unfortunately for some.
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