Images via Oi Polloi
Big ups to Oi Polloi for always coming correct with the Nike deep cuts. Like these Air Berwudas (available in blitz blue / white / blackened blue and university red / squadron blue / summit white). These joints were first released in 1979, a year that also saw the overthrow of the Shah of Iran, the election of Margaret Thatcher as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and the release of Rocky II. That's real throwback cred right there. The insoles are even emblazoned with the BRS logo, for Blue Ribbon Sports, the company that became Nike, Inc. in 1971. I don't know how much historical significance factors into your footwear purchasing decisions, but consider this angle: if they looked cool 37 years ago and they look cool today, isn't it only natural to assume that they will still look cool 37 years from now? There are zero holes in that logic. I'm even more certain about this than I was about the still forthcoming explosion in the price of Nike Internationalists. Bruh, I'm pretty much the Jim Kramer of retro sneakers. We bout to get mad money. I should stop before this post turns into a Big Sean verse -RB
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