Nike Air Force 1 High Rude Awakening launches shortly as a homage to legendary NBA player, Rasheed Wallace.Dressed in a White and Blue Jay color scheme.In Game 4 of the 2004 Finals at the Palace, a cheap elbows shot to Rasheed Wallace’s chest led to him to dominating the final quarter in response and defeat the Lakers while wearing his iconic AF1 High. Given the exclusive theme, sizes are expected to be limited and sought-after.During a physical Game 4 of that series, Wallace took a cheap elbow to the rib cage from Slava Medvedenko and converted that anger into passion and went on to dominate the rest of the game. Other details include NBA Finals text on the insole as well as a “16” logo on the inner tongue – representative of the 16 games it takes to take home the Larry O’Brien Trophy. Don’t miss your chance to cop by hitting that bell icon above – we’ll send you an email alert as soon as these go live!
Nike Air Max 97 Blue ,This Nike Air Force 1 High Sheed Rude Awakening is inspired by Rasheed Wallace’s performance in delivering the Detroit Pistons’s first title since 1990.Known as one of the toughest in the game, it was during the 2004 NBA Finals that Wallace delivered the performance of a lifetime. After taking a sharp dig to the rib cage from Slava Medvendenko, he used his frustration and pain to push himself to all new heights.Putting up 26 points and pulling down 13 rebounds – a team high in both – Wallace’s performance allowed Detroit to take control of the series against the Lakers. Wallace gave an admirable performance which allowed Detroit to take the lead over the Lakers.This Nike Air Force 1 High is inspired by Sheed delivering the Detroit Pistons their first title since 1990.
Adidas P.O.D-S3.1 Boost Triple White ,That game is celebrated with the Air Force 1 High ‘Rude Awakening’ which features the tagline “Balls Don’t Lie” on the ankle straps.The sneaker basically takes on a white/blue colorway with a Larry O’Brien championship hang tag, tributes to the 2004 NBA Finals, Sheed’s logo on the heel and more to complete the theme altogether.In Game 4 of the 2004 Finals at the Palace, one cheap elbow to Rasheed Wallace’s chest sealed the fate of the favored Lakers. A clean shade of white is contrasted by eye-catching hits of blue which extend across the midsole as well as the Swoosh and tongue branding.In honor of that memorable performance, Nike has created the Air Force 1 High “Rude Awakening” to join the ranks of its prestigious “Art Of A Champion” pack. Equipped with Wallace’s favorite “Ball Don’t Lie” catchphrase on one of its ankle straps, this clean looks also sports a silhouette of the star toward its back heel. A “16” logo planted on the inner tongue is a nod to the Larry O’Brien Trophy – only awarded to those who dominate across 16 games.In his iconic AF1 High, Sheed responded by dominating the final quarter and a half for the Pistons with furious elegance, making it known that there would be harsh penalty for pissing Sheed off.Buy best price Nike Air Force 1 High Rude Awakening on Cadysport .