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LaMarcus Aldridge Designs His Own Nike Hyperposite PE

January 10, 2014 BY / 1

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Thanks in large part to a career year from soon-to-be three-time NBA All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge, the Portland Trail Blazers are off to their best start since the days of Drexler, Porter and Cliff Robinson.  Aldridge is doing most of his double-double damage in the Nike Air Max Hyperposite, of which he crafted a new PE design along with contest winner Willie Stoffer.  The University Red and Cool Grey Aldridge Hyperposite exclusive brings in more grey tones on the digi-camo Foamposite sections, and is slated to appear in games later this season.  Stick with Sneaker News to find out when LA wears these PEs and let us know where they rank against other notable Hyperposite player editions like the ‘Christmas’ colorways.

Source: Portland Trail Blazers


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