The all-new Nike Hyperdunk 2016 is ready to make its mark at yet another Olympic games. If you recall, the first Hyperdunk launched in 2008 during the Beijing Olympics, during which Kobe Bryant led Team USA to a huge win in the Gold Medal game in the Olympics. In 2012, LeBron James laced up the Hyperdunk 2012+, which featured the digital technology that translated jumps, sprints, and more into numerical data. For this 2016 Olympics, the Hyperdunk 2016 will make a huge splash once again, with the special edition Flyknit version reserved for Team USA. China, Brasil, Lithuania, Philippines, Canada, and Spain are also represented in the non-Flyknit form. Get a thorough look at all these country editions below and stay tuned for the Hyperdunk 2016 to official launch this July.