Twenty-six years after its debut, the Nike Air Python has returned. Initially designed as a basketball shoe, the sneaker has since been more commonly worn outside of the court. A combination of the Air Jordan 2 and Air Force designs, a retro was released was back in September, and now Nike have let loose two new colorways: red and black. The red model features a full red leather upper, with a shimmering tonal snakeskin pattern on the mid-upper panel and a padded ankle collar. The second version shares the same design but in black, filling out Nike’s already reasonable collection of high tops. Both styles will be available from December 7, stay tuned for more information.