It’s 1994. Michael Jordan is in the midst of his first retirement, Dennis Rodman is a solid rebounding, defensive forward with some eccentric hair and a penchant for the occasional, impulsive, remark, and other name players are well known, but not necessarily transcendent superstars. In other words, in 1994, Charles Barkley was at the top of the heap, the guy, the biggest, most outrageous name attached to the NBA. This all-white version of his signature sneaker is a subdued interpretation, but that's actually perfect for a player like Charles Barkley, who was louder than any shoe could have been.
Celebrate the era of King Charles. The next thing you know, you’ll be making declarations about your parenting ability in front of a bank of microphones. If a size is not listed, it is sold out.Nike Air Max CB 34White/White/White316940 100