July 21, 2010 BY Aaron Hope
Previously referred to as the Nike Hypermax 2010 as a reference to the equivalent model that was spawned from the original Hyperdunk, the shoe pictured above has had its name officially changed to Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2010. The first pair to hit retail is constructed almost entirely in black Flywire-embedded carbon fiber, which means that not only are these lighter than your average ‘big man’ shoes, but they’ll certainly be able to withstand a beating down on the block. The accent shades might have you thinking ‘blue raspberry’, with the increasingly common teal shade known as Retro coming in on the heel and sole while a Sport Red sockliner finishes off the look. The first in what we expect to be a long line of dope AM HD2010 colorways, these are available now from NikeStore.
Color: Black/Black-Retro-Sport Red