Sledge wrote:Finally! Wheelie will get the credit he's due with a set of five Wheelies.
Mykltron wrote:Why does it say 81 on them? Johnson was born in 85. Also, why is his nickname Megatron?
El Duque wrote:Mykltron wrote:Why does it say 81 on them? Johnson was born in 85. Also, why is his nickname Megatron?
81 is his jersey number, I have no idea how he got the nickname though.
Next Friday, Nike Sportswear is set to introduce a special edition of the Nike Air Max Flyposite inspired by the best receiver in the NFL – Calvin Johnson.
Sporting a Black/Black-Court Purple-Wolf Grey colorway that pairs black nubuck with a purple, blue and silver gradient across the Foamposite shell, the kicks sit atop an icy outsole and feature a metallic silver grid across the Foam paneling, bright blue laces, a matching embroidered Swoosh and Megatron branding on the heel, custom insoles and inside the tongue.
Retailing for $190, look for the Nike Air Max Flyposite NRG “Megatron” to drop on November 23 in limited quantities.
Colorway: Black/Black-Court Purple-Wolf Grey
Release Date: 11/23/2012
Product Code: 577637-001
Counterpunch wrote:FP sure does provide some F'd up head.
LiKwid wrote:I'm so glad im not a sneaker head....Because that is one painful hobby...
NIKE LAUNCHES CALVIN JOHNSON'S CJ81 COLLECTION INSPIRED BY MEGATRONNike celebrates a long-standing weekend of football and an athlete that has truly transformed the game.
NOVEMBER 21, 2012
In celebration of Thanksgiving weekend, Nike celebrates a long-standing weekend of football and an athlete that has truly transformed the game. The Nike CJ81 Collection Inspired by Megatron speaks to WR Calvin Johnson’s rare combination of physical talent and mental toughness. This menacing combination creates a prototypical specimen that undoubtedly deserves a moniker like Megatron. Much like the fictional character, Johnson relies on his uncanny ability to pull out an arsenal of physical strengths or “weapons” based on anything he encounters on the field.
The collection, inspired by the Hasbro Transformers character created in 1984, features iconic Nike silhouettes across lifestyle, training and performance including the CJ81 Nike Air Max Flyposite, CJ81 Nike Huarache Free Shield, CJ81 Nike Vapor Jet Glove 2.0, CJ81 Nike Vapor Football Sock, CJ81 Nike True Adjustable Hat, and the CJ81 Nike KO Hoody.
Merging the old and new, the traditional Transformers grid pattern and colors of black, silver, purple and blue from the original Megatron packaging, help highlight the CJ81 logo design.
The limited collection will be available starting November 23 at several Nike retail locations as well as Nike Yardline at Champs Sports and Eastbay online.
Hiryu02 wrote:This is an actual, legit collabo?
Weird. I mean good on TF/Nike for the effort, but it's just done in such an odd way. It's almost like a knock-off collection instead of a licensed collabo piece.
MulkPrime wrote:The faction symbol is actually fairly clever! I know there are people on here who like to whine and complain. the faction symbol is actually a a football helmet with the facemask and eye shield. I think that it serves it's purpose and actually looks fine if you know about sports and know what you are looking at!