It seems like whenever a Foamposite based shoe is released everybody flocks to their web browsers and local stores to have a chance at a pair. Examples include “Electrolimes”, Zoom Rookies GITD, and the most hyped shoe so far in 2012, the “Galaxy” foams. The Foamposite one has been an icon for many sneakerheads, and if your an avid basketball player who loves the Foamposite upper, you might be interested in the new Nike Air Hyperposite.
Fresh from the Nike “Hyper” line, the Nike Air Hyperposite features full length Air Max 360 cushioning, which is a first for any Foamposite based shoe. This specific colorway displays a “South Beach” color scheme of retro blue, black, and hot pink. The Hyperposite has an all new upper that combines Foamposite and Hyperfuse synthetic materials, and is said to be worn by Amare Stoudemire next season. It may not be the lightest basketball shoe ever, but players who spend their time in the post should give it a try.
The Nike Air Hyperposite will launch this fall for $200.00 USD.
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