Nike Hyperfuse

June 14th, 2010 by Larry


A natural progression from the Hyperdunk family, the Hyperfuse utilizes a new technology to strengthen the breathable qualities of mesh. The upper of the shoe is all one piece and it’s construction consists of 1)A structural base layer 2)Mesh 3)Protective coating. Apparently this technique of creating the upper allows for more flexibility in design and colorways. So expect some wild things from the Hyperfuse in the coming months. The shoe is super lightweight, but more importantly, the look a-m-a-z-i-n-g with jeans on! I seriously cannot wait to score a pair of the yellows!

Check out more colorways after the jump

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A sample pair of Nike Trainer 1.2 Mid Hyperfuse

Category: Design, Sneakers Comment: 3 Comments »

3 Responses

  1. Jared Says:

    i need these now! kobe needs to have these not BROndo

  2. Larry Says:

    I have a feeling these were proposed to Kobe as a new sig model or something he could back, but he probably turned it down bc he’s totally “tealing” the low-cut kicks these days. Nevertheless, these will be sported by many on Team USA this summer.

  3. Epidemik Coalition » Blog Archive » Jordan CP3.IV Launch Event Says:

    [...] The CP3.IV is the fourth iteration of the CP line contains some impressive developments I haven’t seen in the Jordan line before. A majority of the upper is constructed of a lightweight mesh, leather, and synthetic construction contains minimal seams which reminds me of a technique used previously in the Nike Hyperfuse sneaker that debuted earlier this year and is worn by a large number of NBA players. [...]

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