Nike Hyperdunk – China Olympics – Yi Jianlian

May 13, 2008 BY / 0

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Back in December of 2007 we had an unofficial first look at the above Yi Jianlian Hyperdunk, on May 13th, 2008, in Beijing, Nike officially announced the uniforms of the China Federations and Yi was there wearing his Hyperdunk which matches the Chinese Basketball Uniform. This edition of the Hyperdunk features the Yi Logo on the tongue and the number 11 in the inner toe area. Just as a refresher, the Hyperdunk combines two new Nike innovations: Flywire technology and Lunarlite foam. Flywire redefines footwear construction, shaving off weight and adding strength, allowing athletes to be lighter on their feet and faster on the track and on the court. Lunarlite foam features a unique cell structure making it lightweight and ultra responsive as a cushioning system.

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Nike Hyperdunk - China Olympics - Yi Jianlian

Nike Hyperdunk - China Olympics - Yi Jianlian

Nike Hyperdunk - China Olympics - Yi Jianlian

Nike Hyperdunk - China Olympics - Yi Jianlian

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