The Hyperdunk 2010 has taken it’s 2008 predecessor to the next level. Designed with speed, support and comfort in mind, it’s one of the lightest basketball shoes to date. The decreased weight has a huge advantage with pro-ballers and street ballers alike, as it allows a high level of performance for extended periods of time.
If you love tech’d out sneakers this ones for you. The upper combines next-generation flywire technology, a mesh tongue, a dynamic inner sleeve for that lightweight support, breathability and custom sock like fit on the foot. Zoom technology, flex grooves in the fore foot, solid rubber and a pivot point all help towards stability, flexibility, traction and support.
Using four bold highlighter colours that dominate the upper, this pack is sure to break necks and get glaring stares on the courts. No doubt that would apply to those of you who would rock these on a daily outing as well.
This pack just oozes mad colours and technology, a unusual combination that works so well. It’s been said by even Tinker Hatfield himself that when combining unusual idea’s, you get something new and interesting. That’s definitely evident here. I may be biased as I love modern basketball shoes, but wouldn’t it be dope if everyone took a step out of the usual comfort zones such as Air Max’ and AJ’s once in a while and rocked a pair of these?
Available exclusively in-store from House Of Hoops London now.
Pictures courtesy of NiceKicks.