February 7, 2012 BY Aaron Hope
Last week was an absolutely massive one for NIKEiD, as the Swoosh’s online customization service launched new models including the Zoom KD IV (plus its YOTD template), Special Field Boot and the return of the Air Max+ 2009, followed a day later by Elephant print options for the latest Air Force 1 iD limited engagement. It was a big couple of days, but arguably none of those shoes came with more options than the Nike Zoom Hyperenforcer iD that also launched on January 31st. These offer a variety of colors in relatively simple blocking patterns, but the big draw is the unprecedented option to choose between Zoom and Max Air cushioning in the heel. Nike Basketball tends to give models like these unique names, but in a year when we’ve seen the Zoom Kobe VII and Air Jordan 2012 take swappable cushioning units to new heights, it feels right to have a silhouette that you can build from the ground up. Check out a few more sample designs after the jump and let us know which colors you applied to the Zoom Hyperenforcer on NIKEiD.
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