This Nike Air More Uptempo '96 Celebrates Retro Hoops Trading Cards

Decorated in primary color accents.

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Following a “Copy Paste” iteration revealed late last month, the Nike Air More Uptempo returns in a “Trading Cards” colorway said to be inspired by retro basketball trading cards.

The upcoming Air More Uptempo arrives in white leather uppers with black leather “AIR” text overlays, eyestays and pull tabs. Primary colors of blue, yellow and red line the bubble text panels, and orange insoles feature a stripe graphic, possibly eluding to trading card borders. Chord laces run above the mesh tongue and Swoosh branding appears on the  toe, tongue tab, and heel. A white sole unit fitted with a translucent air bubble complete the vintage hoops sneakers.

Take a look at the Nike Air More Uptempo ‘96 “Trading Cards” above, and expect the pairs to release at Nike’s website and select retailers on March 16 for $160 USD.

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