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Wednesday, March 11th, 2009 at 12:39 pm  |  10 responses

Video: Duke NIKEid Madness

Dancing in style.

Duke, Oregon, Gonzaga, Memphis, Oklahoma, UConn and Michigan State will all be wearing their own PE version of the Hyperdunk during the Dance. This year marks the first season players and NIKEiD teamed up to create one-of-a-kind sneakers to wear on college’s biggest stage. Starting March 17, you can customize your own at NIKEiD.com.

Of course, Nike’s not just stopping at the player’s toes. These Nike-sponsored programs will also be outfitted in lighter, less dense jerseys that use the same technology you saw on the 2008 Men’s Olympic team in Beijing.

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  • http://www.shawn-kemps-offspring.blogspot.com Eboy

    Fu*k Duke and their inherent gheyness.

  • http://nbacheapseats.blogspot.com Chendaddy

    The NikeID designs are much cooler than the mi adidas ones written about here a few days ago. And you can actually design all you want now, you just can’t buy the Hyperdunks until March 17.

  • Cizzo

    Hope the Hyper Exstentions are’nt the only kicks on the hoop tip Nike let you ID i need my ankles.

  • Yann Blavec’s wife’s husband

    This makes me think of the misfit mascots island in an episode of South Park.

  • http://where-basketball-b-longs.blogspot.com/ B. Long

    @E:ditto.

  • http://nbacheapseats.blogspot.com Chendaddy

    Cizzo, you sure you aren’t thinking of the Kobe IV’s? Nike lets you ID those, too. They look cool enough to walk around in. I’d never wear them for b-ball.

  • jumpman2323

    oregon isnt going to be in the dance

  • nate james

    oregon will. god your dumb

  • cneww

    lol yo im a huge duck fan, for any sport really. But why the hell would they get customized shoes when they went 2 – 14 in the pac10, then get blown out in the first round of the pac10 tourney. lol seems kinda weird. i bet they look sick though

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