Nike Foamposite Lite KryptoNate Kicks Go On Sale

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Mar 22, 2009   Updated: Apr 5 2011 • References: footlocker & streething
These Nike Foamposite Lite KryptoNate sneakers went viral after 5'9" Nate Robinson wore them to jump over 6'11" Dwight Howard as Superman during the All-Star Weekend Sprite Slam Dunk Contest.

After the All-Star Weekend, bids for the Nike Foamposite Lite KryptoNate sneakers skyrocketed over $1,000 on eBay. Now they're available in limited quantities at select House of Hoops Footlocker stores.

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