The first signature sneaker that Nike dropped with Penny Hardaway's name on it was the Air Max Penny 1. The shoe was an overwhelming success with sneakerheads. It featured an oversized jeweled Swoosh and used a visible wraparound Max Air unit in the sole. It is still considered the most coveted Penny signature sneaker. Following in the footsteps of this shoe were the Air Penny 2, Air Penny 3, and the infamous Air Foamposite One. Although Penny's playing days may be over his shoe legacy lives on.
Within the last couple of years Nike has re-energized its Air Penny signature sneaker shoe line. They have released the Foamposite, 1/2 Cent, and Air Max Penny's in a variety of colorways. The most recent release of a shoe in this signature sneaker line was the Nike Air Max Penny. This new shoe was made up of a Black/Dark Grey/and White color scheme and is one sick looking pair of kicks. Like the original shoe, this edition comes complete with a visible Air Max Unit, oversized jeweled Swoosh, and the classic 1 Cent Penny logo at the heel. This is indeed an epic shoe that has stood the test of time. Nike shoes for basketball don't get any more iconic than this.