August 17, 2012 BY John Kim / 27
Bangers. The Nike Hyperposite acts as a bridge between two gaps in Nike Basketball generations, bringing together the ’97-born Foamposite with the 2012-born Hyperfuse in a sensational new build that’ll surely dominate the courts and streets. For Sunday evening’s ‘Battle of the Boroughs’ Championship game in New York City’s Nike Rivington court, one of the NYC-based squads will debut this outstanding mint green/rust brown colorway representing the Statue of Liberty; the clear tie-in to the colorway and the historic city-specific structure is clear, but will the Hyperposite stand as tall when it sees action this Sunday night? The Nike Hyperposite ‘Statue of Liberty’ is slated for a release this November so check out the additional details, like the ‘rusted’ upper and the Statue of Liberty insole below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates and info on the all-new Hyperposite.
Nike Air Max Hyperposite
Crystal Mint/Metallic Copper Coin
Very Nice. I do not think this shoe will have a problem selling out at all. I know I will pick up a pair.
this hyperposite crazy nice. color placement is on point. plus the splatter icy sole just put the icing on the cake.
These look like some straight customs! Very cool and original--despite the nickname Statue of Liberty nickname which has already been coined by the Statue of Liberty sb dunk. But that's still ok--the south beach nickname has been quite pervasive throughout current sneaker culture.
would've made more sense to have the copper showing through be on the lower points of the foamposite design, rather than the flat hyperfuse pieces.
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