How hard does the new Nike Max H.A.M. Low go? We’re going to go ahead and assume you know the answer to that based on the acronym in the sneaker’s title. The model is a new Nike Basketball offering, one which pairs the Hyperfuse technology on the upper with a classic Nike look in the form of the little Air bubble that shows up for the back end. Can this silhouette compare to Nike’s current reigning lowtops in the hoops realm like the Nike Kobe 8 and the Nike Hyperdunk 2012 Low? Let us know what you think after you flip through the photos waiting right after the jump.