Nike Hyperfuse Low – Summer 2011 Colorways

October 4, 2010 BY

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SNEAKERNEWS.COM EXCLUSIVE

The Nike Basketball hit of the Summer was the Nike Hyperfuse, a shoe touted as the lightest basketball shoe ever created in Beaverton. Well, it just went on a diet because Nike chopped off some of the ankle to produce the Nike Hyperfuse Low. We first showed you the Nike Hyperfuse Low in a Royal blue colorway as well as a metallic blue colorway seen on the feet of one of Kevin Durant’s pals, but these three new bright-as-day tones are headed for a Summer 2011 arrival. The bright orange pair is uniform throughout, while the bright yellow colorway features metallic silver on the swoosh as well as the inner lining. The third Rondo-esque vibrant green features a white swoosh with an inner lining of a slightly lighter hue. Again, all three colorways are headed for a Summer 2011 arrival so take another look at this exclusive preview and stick with Sneaker News for more info.

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