Nike's digging in the archives to release another one of its '90s basketball sneakers, and this time it's bringing out the Air More Money, an updated version of the Get Money shoe that players such as Reggie Miller wore back in 1997. The design features the sole unit from the Air More Uptempo, and Nike's releasing it in collaboration with Jersey City sneaker boutique Sneaker Room to help fight breast cancer.

Sneaker Room has been releasing Nike sneakers over the past few years to donate money to aide research and help find a cure for breast cancer, and this is the first year that the shop has an official project with the brand, although they did a limited run of the Nike Air Trainer Cruz last year.

Three pairs of the Air More Money -- in pink/white (360 pairs) $180, white/pink (100 pairs) $500, and black/pink (40 pairs) $2,000-- will drop on October 30 on Sneaker Room's website and in-store at the physical location in New Jersey. All of the proceeds will go towards fighting breast cancer.

We interviewed the store's owner, Suraj Kaufmann, on the collaboration to find out more about the project. Watch the interview above.