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7 Best Nike Retros On Sale At Nike Right Now

In case you missed it, we recently changed the name of our marketplace accounts to Sitting Treasure in an effort to cover things other than sneakers like vintage basketball jerseys, merch, collectibles, etc. That said, we pulled some of our recent tweets together to showcase the 7 Best Nike Retros On Sale At Nike Right Now since retro releases are what most of us can get a little nostalgic over.

Using the code ‘GOBIG’  on Nike.com can save you an extra 20% on already discounted Nike releases. Check out some of our favorites below.

Nike Shox BB4 Retro

Nike Shox BB4 Retro ~$112

Shox aren’t for everyone but when it comes to the ones with mass appeal, it’s the BB4 that Vince Carter used to throw down amazing slam dunks in.

 

Nike Air Force Max CB

Nike Air Force Max CB ~ $70

Charles Barkley had more sneaker heat than many will admit but the Air Force Max CB became a little more legendary thanks to the Fab Five.

 

Nike Air Ghost Racer Retro

Nike Air Ghost Racer Retro ~$60

If you listen to the podcast, this shoe was a hot topic in 2019.

 

Nike Air Max2 Light 'Blue Lagoon' Retro

Nike Air Max2 Light ‘Blue Lagoon’ Retro ~$67

You can never go wrong wearing an iconic Air Max runner.

 

Nike Air Max Uptempo 95 'Scottie Pippen'

Nike Air Max Uptempo 95 ‘Scottie Pippen’ ~$92

Chicago Bulls-inspired sneakers? Yes, please.

 

Nike Air Skylon 2 Retro

Nike Air Skylon 2 Retro ~$50

The Air Skylon 2 is one of those Nike retros that sneakerheads begged for years. It returned in countless colorways and now that it’s on heavy discount, it’s time to stock up.

Nike Zoom GP 'Sonics'

Nike Zoom GP ‘Sonics’ ~$75

Gary Payton and the Sonics, talk about getting us in our feels. Imagine breaking these Sonics-inspired sneakers out when the NBA gets its shit together and Seattle gets a team again.

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Nick Engvall is a sneaker enthusiast with nearly 15 years of experience in the footwear business. He has written for publications such as Complex, Sole Collector and Sneaker News. Helped companies like Eastbay, Finish Line, Foot Locker, and StockX better connect with their consumers. He's an avid San Francisco Giants fan, Allen Iverson fan, and owns way too many sneakers for his own good.

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