Rucker Park has long been historic in the annals of basketball culture, the playing grounds producing some of the most notable talents in the sport. Nike Air Barrage Shoes And though the Harlem spot’s streetball tournament may have to sit this year out, it looks like Nike is still celebrating in their own way. Among an Air Flight 89 and even an Air Force 1, the pack of commemorative colorways is growing ever-so-slightly and its latest, the Air Barrage Low, is arriving with the very same white and red scheme each of the aforementioned have employed.

The bolder tones adhere to the leather swooshes as well as the lining and insole — the latter of whose print depicts a minimal outline of a basketball court. Nike Air Barrage Online Elsewhere, black-dyed branding stamps atop the tongue as well as the “A I R” emblems along the midsole, contrasting that of the bright neutral that dresses nearly all of the surrounding details.

Adding to the exclusivity-fire started in Japan last month, Nike recently teased a women’s exclusive iteration of the Shop Nike Air Barrage. Made popular in the realm of football by the likes of Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk and Pittsburgh Steeler Ernie Mills, the Nike Air Barrage line was always lauded for its “in-your-face” design, given that it’s a tall silhouette that flaunts layers of leather, mesh, velcro, and rubber, as well as a plethora of Nike branding (with the “AIR” on the midsole arguably being the most iconic).

The Swoosh’s upcoming addition to the Buy Nike Air Barrage line contrasts the original release in a couple of ways. For starters, it’s built at a mid-height, and consists of pops of bright yellow across the toe and tongue, the strap’s tooling, and the outsole, differing from the white, black, and aqua colorway marketed to men in the 90s. Rounding out the women-exclusive edition is an oreo-speckle pattern on the lockdown strap, a feature first included to provide security to those playing the game of football.

A sportswear silhouette that returned for the first the time earlier this summer since its inception in 1995, the Nike Air Barrage Sale appears to be getting another release this season this time in a minimal black makeover. Having lent itself to more striking palettes in recent months, the mid-profile silhouette decides to bring things down to the darker side of the spectrum opting for a stark black upper subtly accented with hits of white present on the lacestays, midfoot underlays and Nike branding throughout. Due to its chunky construction, exaggerated “AIR” branding, and multi-directional overlays, this model is already gritty by nature, but this upcoming rendition utilizes a muted aesthetic that keeps its look aggressive but still highlights its classic shape and layers.