CB34’s first signature model with the Swoosh – after years of wearing Forces – came in 1994 and was the Air Force Max CB, a year after he won the 1992-93 NBA MVP award. Its signature criss-cross straps, Air Max 93-inspired Air unit, and midsole layering led to a unique aesthetic that led to a bevy of new admirers for Chuck. Now, the Swoosh is set to revisit this quintessentially 90s hoops sneaker by releasing a classic black and gold color scheme. Coming done up almost entirely in black, metallic gold gets added to its Nike branding and its metallic hardware that aids in this unique silhouette’s lockdown. The kicks will be released on November 15 and retail for $140.

The sneakers can be viewed below.