September 11, 2012 BY John Kim / 7
Foamposite is officially making its way back to the NBA Hardwood in the form of the Nike Air Max Hyperposite. This recently introduced model combines forces of Foamposite, Hyperfuse, and full-length Max Air to form an unbreakable package of function and design, and these latest Player Exclusive colorways for Nike Basketball athlete David Lee proves that the shoes are as pretty as they’ll perform. Lee’s ‘Home’ pair features a tonal white upper with Royal Blue Swoosh detailing and Yellow interiors and Max Air bags, while the ‘Away’ uses Yellow and Black with the Royal Blue outsole to complete the Golden State look. We look forward to showing you more Hyperposite PEs as they surface, so check out Lee’s set and let us know what you think!
All white definitely look much better. The only other pair i've seen i'm into is the statue of liberty pair. I think the single color upper is the key. It's funny because LBJ9 was the opposite, the mixed upper looked amazingly better than solid.
The white pair is dope. The yellow pair looks off. The color blocking isn't squire right. Too much black. Maybe should've used that blue on the tongue and the side parts
They should put this sneaker on NikeID because basically every colorway I've seen in these can be rocked.