The Nike Hyperposite was arguably right up there with the most successful performance basketball sneakers during the 2012-13 year. Seen on feet all around the NBA and college basketball including the likes of LaMarcus Aldridge, David West, and Anthony Davis to name a few, the Hyperposite made it's mark and cemented itself as a go-to sneaker especially for interior and post-players looking for some added support and stability. Nike is riding the success and has reimagined the silhouette upcoming season.

TheNike Air Max Hyperposite 2014 features the lightweight foam-based material, and cuts weight even further by incorporating a porous design throughout the upper. Nike also included a mesh link inner lining similar to that seen on the Huarache and other models. Also included in the updated Hyperposite is a full-length visible Zoom Air unit, which is also featured the KD6 and LeBron 10 model, as well as a newly designed  outsole for improved traction and grip.

No release date is set as of yet, but keep it locked to Sneaker Report for future information and details on this much anticipated sequel shoe.

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