The original Nike Hyperdunk dropped in 2008. Today, Nike unveiled the ’13 edition. It was designed by Peter Fogg—who is also credited with whipping up some of the best All Conditions Gear (ACG) models, including the Nike Air Zoom Tallac, Nike Air Terra Humara, Nike Zoom Terra Sertig, Nike Ashiko and Nike Structure Triax. More info, from the Swoosh:
From the sole to the upper, the Nike Hyperdunk 2013 builds on its minimalist aesthetic with three of basketball’s most transformative technologies: Dynamic Flywire, Hyperfuse construction and Lunarlon cushioning. The lightweight fit and feel of this iteration set a new standard, while the lockdown support, intuitive stability and advanced herringbone traction are based on insight from the world’s top basketball players including All-Star Point Guard, Kyrie Irving. “When I first put the new Hyperdunks on, I didn’t want to take them off,” said Irving. “The performance was great and I feel like the shoe’s versatility benefits my game.”
The Nike Hyperdunk 2013 drops at retail on July 20.
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