Nike Lunar Hypergamer – Black – Treasure Blue

August 18, 2011 BY / 3

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The Nike Hyperdunk debuted in summer 2008 as the first basketball shoe to utilize Flywire and Lunar foam, and we’ve seen both applied to almost everything imaginable in the intervening three years.  Lunarlite shifted to LunarLon and that lightweight cushioning has been popping up in everything from running to skateboarding sneakers this year and now we have the first Nike Basketball release with a full-length LunarLon sole.  No Flywire here, but take a gander at the Nike Lunar Hypergamer, a combination of Hyperfuse and LunarLon that’s gotta be among the lightest basketball shoes on the market.  Click through to see more of this black and Treasure Blue colorway, let us know what you think of the new Lunar Hypergamer and stick with Sneaker News for the US release dates.  via sevens

Nike Lunar Hypergamer
Black/Treasure Blue
469756-002

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njhon2000
njhon2000

Man, with hyperfuse support, and LunarLon comfort, i bet these will be one of the best performing basketball kicks EVER

ness
ness

these should have been the 2011 hyperfuses

ataylor
ataylor

The 2011s have grown on me -- they look way better than the early sample pics did. In comparison these definitely look like generic TB shoes.

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