Nike Air Force 1 High Hyperfuse – Black | New Images

June 4, 2011 BY

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The Nike Air Force 1 High is one shoe that deserves a weight reduction. It’s a bit of a heavy, bulky shoe, so a liposuction of sorts is one cosmetic alteration we’d all love to see, so long as the original silhouette remains the same. Here’s another look at the upcoming Nike Air Force 1 High Hyperfuse; it features the thin material on the upper with the Fuse mesh on the toebox and center panel, with a perforated tongue and a lightweight ankle strap. They say you shouldn’t mess around with an original, but for what it is, the AF1 High Hyperfuse was done in the best way possible in that the use of the Hyperfuse was rather subtle and flowed with the overall construction of the shoe. Take another look below and let us know if you think a shoe like the Air Force 1 High should remain untouched, or if you like the ‘Fuse’-ing of these Nike classics! via atmos-japan.

Nike Air Force 1 High Hyperfuse
Black/Black
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