Nike Air Up ’14 Worth Every Penny

words // Brandon Richard

Before the launch of his iconic signature line, Penny Hardaway  famously laced up the Nike Air Up during the 1994-1995 NBA season. Several colorways of the mid-cut hoop shoe would make their way to retail, none more instantly recognizable than Penny’s Orlando-themed pair.

Now dubbed the Air Up ’14, the classic returns for the first time with most of its original features and some updated elements for a modernized look. The upper sports alternating black and white panels, graffiti-like branding on the tongue and royal patent Swoosh logos on the side panels. Visible Air and a similarly blocked sole finish things off below.

These Nike basketball shoes make their long-awaited return for $140 this Saturday, January 18 at 8:00 a.m. EST / 7:00 a.m. CST. Follow @Eastbay on Twitter and @OfficialEastbay on Instagram for all release information and updates.

Available: Nike Air Up ’14 ‘Orlando’

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4 Responses to “Nike Air Up ’14 Worth Every Penny”

  1. trent says:

    Yeah right, you can have that VacTech atrocity for your self Nike, these will sit for ever.

  2. I was asking for, the cost of the tennis and if accept payment… with card

  3. Scott King says:

    Penny Hardaway?

  4. Dom LeBear says:

    Officially UGLY… how can people like this. Hype machine i guess.

    Rather spend my money on some Jordan VI retro. A real Basketball shoe !!!