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Nike Air Max Hyperposite “Plum”

July 9th, 2013 by | 8 comments

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The Nike Air Max Hyperposite has definitely slowed down quite a bit since the model first hit shelves in 2012, but it doesn’t seem to have completely ran out of steam. Proving that is this latest colorway, a dazzling plum look that ends up a couple shades deeper than your typical pink offering from the Swoosh team. What’s more there are actually a few variations on the plum theme across the upper, as it gets just a little bit lighter via the splashy graphics. Continue reading to take an up close and personal look at the plum flavored Hyperposite and tell us if you’re hoping for a US release.

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Nike Air Max Hyperposite – Pink

July 3rd, 2013 by | 6 comments

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The standard has already been set for pink Foamposite releases thanks to that Nike Air Foamposite One from last year, meaning it shouldn’t exactly come as a surprise to see other models in the lineup take on the look. The Nike Air Max Hyperposite shown goes so much further than just slapping on a pink upper and calling it good though. Instead, the shoes have those colors applied in a sort of static looking graphic, one not too far off from the mint Hyperposite pair that’s still yet to get a release. Get a full look at the shoes just after the jump and then give us your feelings on this pair in the comments down below.

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Nike Air Max Hyperposite “Arctic Green”

June 28th, 2013 by | 11 comments

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Has Nike reacted to the USA’s lukewarm response to the Nike Air Max Hyperposite by pushing all of the energetic colorways to other regions? It sort of seems like it, as we’ve yet to hear anything about a stateside release of this, the killer arctic green version of the sneakers. This pair is one of the few to put some graphics on across the upper, as the Hyperfuse sections of the design sport a static looking splatter. Take an extra look at this Nike Air Max Hyperposite, a pair which looks to be getting the retail treatment in Asia, after the jump and tell us whether or not you’d lace up in a pair.

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Nike Air Max Hyperposite – Teal – Navy – Yellow

May 27th, 2013 by | 11 comments

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The Nike Air Max Hyperposite is a sneaker that’s perhaps seeing the most shine across the NBA Feet as of late. The shoe has been showing up nearly nightly for the playoffs, mostly in a set of PE colors. Speaking of which, this teal/navy/yellow look is one that would look right at the home on the feet of the Indiana Pacers, a team who has proven that they can hang with the Heat so far in their series. Continue reading to get a more in depth look at this Nike Air Max Hyperposite pair and let us know in the comments if you think the shoe is a slightly underrated one.

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Nike Air Max Hyperposite “Mint/Red”

May 17th, 2013 by | 8 comments

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What will become of the Nike Air Max Hyperposite? The shoe has already become an outlet special, perhaps leading Nike to pull back a considerable bit on the retail releases. They might not be completely over though, as this Nike Air Max Hyperposite promises possible light at the end of the tunnel. The combination is that of minty green and a little bit of red, all boosted by some 3M graphics on the Hyperfuse part of the upper. Continue reading to see more on the sneaker and let us know if you’re hoping that they make it to shelves at a store near you one day in the future.

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Nike Hyperposite – Mint – Grey – Red

May 6th, 2013 by | 6 comments

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Looks like the Nike Air Max Hyperposite isn’t done yet, because this Mint/Grey/Red colorway appears to be on the way to retail shelves in Asia this July. The mint tone seems to be a popular one with this model, with the “Statue of Liberty” colorway – arguably the best of the Hyperposites – being such a huge hit and the “Christmas” PE that Rondo wore being one of the better PEs in recent memory, but this upcoming version adds in a grey and red detailed graphic on the upper for a pretty clean colorway that has a very “Christmas” like vibe to it. Of course, it is unlikely there is a Christmas connection given the July release, but it certainly reminds us of the one that Rondo wore months back! We’ve got a detailed gallery below, so take a look and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates on a release.

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Nike Hyperposite “Area 72″ PE

May 2nd, 2013 by | 8 comments

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Although there was a released version of the Nike Air Max Hyperposite “Area 72″, there’s no doubt that the PE made for Western Conference All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge was far better! The dark upper exudes that deep space landscape with hints of the Area 72 graphics lining the collar of the shoe, with a sick planet-surface style of Swoosh detailing on the heel and toe. These are definitely one of the highlights of the 2013 All-Star Game footwear, so check out an additional shot of the shoes and LaMarcus wearing them in-game, and let us know if you think more Hyperposite colorways should hit stores.

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