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Nike Hyperdunk 2010 Low – White – Metallic Silver

May 24, 2011 BY / 0

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White basketball shoes have been a summer necessity since the Air Force 1, but as new technologies develop, designers are able to add little twists here and there to keep things feeling fresh.  Have a gander at this new Nike Hyperdunk 2010 Low in the immortal white and Metallic Silver combo.  They have a bit more character than your average all-white lowtops thanks to an iridescent shine on the Flywire-reinforced TPU upper shell.  This spectrum effect looks quite nice next to the metallic heel counter, more images of which you can see by clicking on the jump below.  If you like what you see, grab a pair from a Nike Basketball retailer like Schuh-You.

Nike Hyperdunk 2010 Low
White/Metallic Silver-White
429656-103

 

 

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