March 2, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 19
Nike continues to bring forth Gold Medal-worthy efforts during the Olympic years, this latest revelation another evolution of the groundbreaking design that took Beijing by storm four years earlier. The Nike Lunar Hyperdunk 2012 represents a huge leap forward and has the jaw-dropping aesthetics to match, but it’s also clear evidence of how much has been right with this series from the start. The pair pictured below beautifully accents its new dynamic Flywire by criss-crossing strands of neon green and yellow on the side panels, colors that again come into play on the glass-reinforced LunarLon-cushioned sole. Add in Nike+ technology for measuring your workouts and progress, and we’re looking at a new standard in the total package one expects from a basketball sneaker: beyond just performance and good looks, and toward an integrated experience that can grow your game. Click through to see more angles and let us know what you think about this bold design headed our way in June.
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I am sorry but "other brands" are going down, again! No matter what "good quality" or "great durability" they put on their boring, uncreative and stiff-cushioned sneakers.
I'm feeling these in every way. This is the shoe I'll be balling in. I can see this as a retro in like 10 years.
your a fucking loser, life doesn't revolve around retros. just cause they make 1 good shoe out of 300 they produce doesn't mean it will be retrod you idiot