Nike's Latest Air Max Penny 1 Is Inspired by the 1996 Olympics

Featuring custom 1-Cent branding.

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After dropping the silhouette in “Black/Total Orange” earlier this year, Nike has returned to the Air Max Penny 1 for an understated new colorway. The monochrome sneaker features a black upper, with a white rubber outsole. This colorway is offset by subtle red detailing, including on the heel tab, tongue and signature 1-Cent logo on the heel.

A customized version of the 1-Cent logo also features on the footbed. This updated design features a flame as a nod to the 1996 Olympics, which saw Penny Hardaway winning gold with the United States Dream Team. Take a look at the Olympic-inspired design, and expect the latest Air Max Penny 1 to drop via the Nike web store soon.

For more from Nike, check out the Air Max 95 in “Team Red.”

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