September 28th, 2012 by Aaron Hope
It has potentially the most intimidating name of any basketball sneaker ever made (unless you consider the fear struck in those who had to face up against those OG Jumpman insignia), so what else can we say about the Nike Air Max Hyperagressor? A robust rendition of Nike Basketball’s wildly successful Hyperfuse series that’s been AWOL for a few months now, the Air Max Hyperaggressor features distinctive vents along the side panels that come to life when layered in a style such as the pair pictured above. This N7 colorup means proceeds will go to helping sports programs in North America’s aboriginal communities, and you’ll find them available now at retailers like Oneness.
Nike Air Max Hyperaggressor N7
Midnight Fog/Dark Turquoise
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June 20th, 2012 by John K.
The USAB influence broadens its reach with yet another red-white-and-blue color-up of a Nike Basketball model. The Nike Air Max Hyperaggressor features a re-tooled Hyperfuse upper with concentric cut-outs at the ankle the reduce weight while keeping the ankle secure, which the Max Air unit at the heel offers a cushy-er ride opposed to the firmer, more responsive Zoom Air. If you’ve always been a Max Air guy, the Hyperaggressor might be just the right fit, so peep the extra shots of this USA colorway below and cop a pair right now at Finishline.
Nike Air Max Hyperaggressor
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December 7th, 2011 by Brendan Dunne
This year we saw a load of Hyperfuse treatments on Nike Sportswear’s casual range, but the technique was really born for performance. In that vein, models like the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse 2011 have been carrying the torch, showing what the molded lightweight construction can do on the court. Looks like we’ll be seeing some more of that next year come Fall 2012 with the Nike Air Max Hyperaggressor, which blends the Fuse upper with a 180 degree Air Max unit on the heel. The result is a sneaker that is permeated with a see-through feel, and if it rides as good as it looks then this is a model to be pay attention to. Check out the full preview of some of the scheduled colorways, including a ton of oriented combos, after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for release info.
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