August 22, 2013 BY Aaron Hope
What would happen if the classic Elite running shoe, the newest Hyperdunk and a recently introduced take on an old school basketballer had a baby? The family tree might be a challenging draw, but the Nike Lunar Elite Disrupt is all about upsetting convention. The vintage lowtop look is made into more of a mid, but unlike the Hyperdunk 2013, this model’s LunarLon sole arching high at the heel is in fact an indication of how high your foot will rest inside. Check out nine upcoming colorways below, let us know how they compare to the Dunk Sky Hi and hidden heel wedges of their ilk and stick with Sneaker News for US release info.