Nike Air Max Hyperposite – Blue – Volt

May 24, 2012 BY

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Behold – the Nike Air Max Hyperposite. Can you remember the last time Nike Basketball created a Foam-based performance sneaker intended for the basketball courts? With ‘lightweight’ being the keynote detail with performance sneakers across all sports, Foamposite has taken a backseat in the realm of optimal weight category while experiencing an incredible push to the top in the Lifestyle sector, but the upcoming Air Max Hyperposite aims to combine the two with this amazing new design. Anchored by full-length basketball-specific Max Air with an upper shell composed of a Hyperfuse x Foamposite shell, the Air Max Hyperposite has all the tools to properly contain a foot, provide ample cushioning, and offer supreme breathability. This new Blue/Volt colorway (remember, we first showed you a ‘South Beach’-like colorway a month ago) serves up a sick on-foot appeal with a aggressive off-centered Swoosh on the heel, while the Foam molded upper re-images the liquid nature of the quirky material. A detailed gallery of the Air Max Hyperposite below, so take a look and let us know what you think. Photos: marqueesole

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