The Nike Air Ace tennis shoe has some serious basketball DNA. Originally derived from the Nike Air Revolution (described by Russ Bengston as a Low Top Revolution with the sole of a tennis shoe(and for good reason))the Air Ace V resembles that of a Y2K cross training shoe (although not quite as blatant as the first model). Features for the Air Ace V include full grain leather, mid cut height, full pu midsole, visible heel air sole unit, TPU midfoot shank, lateral rear stability plate, DRC rubber (non marking) and herringbone pattern for multi court traction.