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Nike Air Diamond Turf Max 96 Available for Pre-Order

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Deion Sanders filled the highlight reels throughout his career with unforgettable interceptions, often followed by even more memorable returns. Aside from some minor detail changes that remove his jersey numbers from this Retro, his sneaker legacy will be passed on to the next generation of collectors.

For those of us that remember seeing “Prime Time,” or if you prefer “Neon Deion,” utilize his speed and quickness on the diamond and the football field, these are unforgettable. Fortunately for the next generation of sneaker collectors, they won’t have to suffer enjoy Must Be the Money like some of us did. Regardless, Deion’s memory as a multi-sport star and in sneaker culture history will always have a place, thanks to the return of the Nike Air Diamond Turf Max from 1996.

Available for pre-order now: Nike Air Diamond Turf Max 96

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Author: Nick Engvall
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7 Comments

  1. BRich says:

    “Must Be The Money” is a classic and I won’t have you insulting it!

  2. Im not with it. Griffeys are way more stylish

  3. Nick Engvall says:

    It is such a classic that I had to pass it along to the future generations.

  4. oneonone says:

    These are mean!!

  5. gots2bkiddin says:

    great shoe but how many times is it going to be retroed? i dont think nike designs any shoes anymore

  6. ozzyboi95 says:

    idk how many times they were retroed i needa cop

  7. That’s what makes baseball different from all the other sports. No other sport has the defense in control of the ball. No other sport has no time limit. (except cricket). The diamond is the same everywhere, but the stadium fences are different distances, with nooks and crannies in most of the corners. Sometimes they change the fence distances from year to year, but your team has to hit it out, as well as the visitors. It’s a cerebral game, IMO.