April 21, 2014 BY John Kim / 14
Last November Sneaker News gave you a look at an upcoming Nike Basketball model billed as a sequel to 2012’s Nike Air Max Hyperposite. The lightweight Foam-based material, most recently used on the popular LeBron 11, returns in this interesting new model, which cuts weight even further thanks to the porous upper, Huarache-like ankle, and mesh underlay. One interesting revelation is the full-length visible Zoom Air unit, seen in shoes like the LeBron 10 and KD 6 Elite, and a newly designed traction on the outsole. A release date hasn’t been set and no word on an actual release, so stay tuned to Sneaker News for the latest on this interesting new sneaker.
Tags: Nike Hyperposite
I love da HP 1s... So these should be da shit... They do look like a better Lebron 10... Hope they still 225
It's not bad, but the price may be bad. The first one sat until it went on sale so I don't think it'll be a factor though.
In my opinion this should have been the Lebron XI. Not the prettiest, but I bet he would have worn it and many players would have as well.
You mean, pretty much, a Lebron X? Not hating though, loved playing in them. It's just funny how they just recycled it.