Nike Hyperdunk 2013 – Kyrie Irving “Australia” PE
Sneaker News recently delved into the interesting story behind Kyrie Irving’s roots in Australia in a recent SN Select story. We revealed that the special teal/volt colorway of the Hyperdunk 2013 was an energized version of the country colors of yellow and green, with the “outback” graphics on the tongue and inner lining providing a special twist on the impressive colorway. Now that you’ve got the full story on the Peter Fogg-designed sneaker, be sure to check out one last detailed look because these are now available at Nikestore.
Nike Hyperdunk 2013
Mineral Teal/Metallic Red Bronze-Volt
Well done Nike. Well done. Very appealing. I like every detail of this PE. Tell me someone are these released in the United States?
Ok Aussie roots. So Irving has some aborigine blood?
I never thought English conquerors purchased blacks for slaves in Australia or there were some convicted black slaves in the UK centuries ago and dump them in their prison cell called Australia.
I wasn't a real fan if the Hyperdunks this yr but I do like these very much. They have an earthy feel to them and the transparent sole complements the shoe nicely.
Fantastic, I'm sure most Australians would love to own a sneaker with a nod to their country! Oh wait, it didn't release there.
Can you possibly get more illogical, Nike?
@Sneeky Mate, maybe do a little research before posting next time. Just another example of an american being so ignorant and self absorbed in the self proclaimed "greatest country" which has crap health-care, insanely high crime and murders and loves to invade countries at the drop of the hate.
Kyrie's dad played Ball in the Aussie league which is when he was born here in Melbourne. Making him dual citizen of Australia and USA. If he was indigenous (which is the polite term) Australian he could not be playing in the US select team for the World champs.
Google next time rather than potentially offending some people.
@Synthetic Given he visited our biggest Kicks store in Melbourne to promote the model it would've made a great release! But when has Nike ever looked after its loyal consumers?
@pontyMan, that's some good advice that you should follow speaking of offending people saying "Just another example of an American being so ignorant and self-absorbed in the self proclaimed "greatest country" which has crap health-care, insanely high crime and murders and loves to invade countries at the drop of the hate." is kind of offensive. Trust me I am not justifying anything that we have done or what @Sneeky said it was incredibly wrong, but what you said was not cool either not all Americans are like that. It offends me when people say crap like that judging all Americans for the actions of some isn't right, next time you might want to think before you speak.