Nike Hyperize – Black – Red

March 27, 2009 BY

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First the Nike Hyperdunk came along and revolutionized the style and performance expected from a basketball sneaker. Building on the framework of their success, Nike helped the Hyperdunk to evolve into the Hypermax and Hyperlite, all using Nike’s newest construction innovations in an effort to ensure that these models are among the most lightweight, functional basketball shoes on the market. It seems as though the Hyperlite edition has been renamed the Hyperize, but still maintains the same design. Previews of the Hypermax and Hyperlite have been circulating for a while, creating a nice buzz among Nike Basketball fanatics and now with the news of the name change, also comes some new images of the black and red Hyperize model. The shoe features a black upper with red and white highlights, as well as a cut-out section on the ankle and a nice dose of Flywire technology to hold things together. If you are impressed with what you see, get over to marqueesole and be among the first to cop this cool new style.


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