The latest teration of the flagship line will be the first sneaker to carry Nike's revolutionary foam called React, which focuses on energy return.
According to press release, "Soft and ultra responsive as it is strong and stable, the cushioning foam reacts swiftly to every step, then bounces back to its original state, ensuring the player a consistent energy uplift every minute of every game."
No need to worry about abrupt motions, leaps, and extended burn—the outsole's "data-informed traction pattern" renders detailed grip, while the encase shank plate grants the wearer stability and control. The all-Flyknit upper and decoupled collar guaranteed "comfort, breathability, and mobility for that custom one-to-one fit."
Want more proof? Defensive Player of the Year Draymond Green helped the Golden State Warriors reclaim the NBA championship in this pair.
"This shoe is lightweight, it has a resilience in it. It has the bounce for sprinting and moving around just like I want to," says Green. "To be the first to wear the latest Hyperdunk…to win a title in it…means the world to me."
The new Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit will be available in the ‘White Metallic’ and ‘Pale Grey’ colorways at select Nike and Titan doors starting August 3 for 8,995 PHP. Other colorways and variations of the Hyperdunk are set to release throughout the year
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