Nike Air Penny Shoes
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Nike Air Penny Shoes Running Point
Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway was one of the more versatile basketball players to come into the league in the ’90s. Ringing in at 6’ 7” with a silky shot and handles good enough to direct the floor, Penny was part of a new generation of back court in the NBA that redefined how the game was played. Playing against the greats like Michael Jordan, and with the likes of Shaquille O'Neil during his time in Orlando, Penny showed the world his next-level competitiveness. As a 4-time NBA All-Star, Penny Hardaway helped lead his team through some legendary playoff battles against one of the best NBA teams ever built: Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls.
As one of the tallest point guards to ever take the floor, Penny’s style of play and talents made him a crowd favorite not only in Orlando, but across the country. During his first year in the league, the Orlando Magic set a franchise record in wins, and Penny had quickly begun to cement his place in the league as a top tier guard.
Hardaway’s Legacy in Sneakers
It didn’t take long for Penny to score his own sneaker deal. By 1995, Penny had already taken the league by storm and his first shoe deal was on the drop with the Nike Air Max Penny, debuting in an Orlando Magic colorway to match the team’s uniforms and only further adding to the legendary arsenal of Nike’s collection of Nike Air Max shoes. Nike Air Penny shoes soon grew into a family of silhouettes with the Nike Air Penny hitting shelves in 1996 to the Nike Air Penny V that you can find at Foot Locker today. A sneaker line that has reached staple status lets you take any of the Air Penny Shoes to the hardwood to ball out or add them to your sneaker collection of men’s Nike shoes. Pair you favorite Nike kicks from Penny with men’s Nike clothing to get the full look.
A point guard that changed the league, and the new definition of what a point guard looks like, Penny left a legacy and legendary line of sneakers – get your men’s Air Penny shoes right here at Foot Locker today.