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Nike is known for creating new silhouettes inspired by past creations. The newest iteration is the Hyperposite, which, much like its name implies, borrows heavily from the Hyperfuse and Foamposite models. Blending the lightweight breathability of the groundbreaking Hyperfuse tech with the always popular Foamposite, it looks as if Nike has another future classic on their hands. The Hyperposite retails at $225 at Nike.
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Colorway: Black/Bright Crimson-Black
Release: August 18th, 2012
Good To Know: With a black-on-black upper and hits of the vibrant Crimson from the Air Foamposite Pro, this Hyperposite makeup is a head-turner on the hardwood.
Colorway: Charcoal/Atomic Green-Black
Release: September 8th, 2012
Good To Know: Releasing next weekend (9/8) is yet another eye-catching colorway, featuring neon atomic green accents. These bare a strong resemblance to the LeBron line's Dunkman colorways. A guaranteed hit.
Colorway: Dynamic Blue/Reflective Silver-Fireberry
Release: Steptember 8th, 2012
Good To Know: Draped in “Fireberry”, this Hyperposite colorway was inspired by the 2012 London Olympic Games and shares similar color blocking to other recent releases such as the Kobe VII and Lebron IX Low.
Good To Know: Released only to participants in NYC’s Battle of the Boroughs Championship game, the highly limited “NYC” Hyperposite dons classic Knicks colors. There’s no word on this eye catching color releasing, but if a public release were to take place, you can rest assured that ball players and sneakerheads alike will be lined up.
Colorway: “Statue of Liberty”
Good To Know: Much like the “NYC” colorway, this special “Statue of Liberty” Hyperposite was only distributed to participants in the NYC Battle of the Boroughs Championship. The upper sports Nike’s beloved “Retro” shade of teal previously used on the Foamposite Pro and the “South Beach” Lebron VIII, among others.