Nike Air Max Hyperposite – Blue – Pink

May 28, 2012 BY

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The LeBron 9 was heralded as the first sneaker to combine Hyperfuse and Flywire. The Air Max Hyperposite, on the other hand, commands another beefed-up combination as it features the supreme breathability of Hyperfuse with the locked-down fit of Foamposite. Which one-two punch is better? We won’t know for sure until the Hyperposite becomes available later this year, but we do know that Nike isn’t being subtle with the colorways because the Blue/Volt and Teal/Pink colorways we’ve seen match perfectly with the new-age design of the Hyperposite. We first showed you this colorway back in mid-April, and immediately the ‘South Beach’ comparisons were made, and despite how hackneyed you feel the Blue/Pink color-combo is, you can’t deny the sheer ‘wow-factor’ of the total package. More detailed shots of the Air Max Hyperposite are revealed below, so take a look and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates and release information! Photos: marqueesole



The Nike Air Max Hyperposite combines Air Max, Hyperfuse, and Foamposite material. This is an upcoming Teal/Pink colorway.


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