Thanks to VSneaker we have our very first look at the Nike Hyperdunk 2010, a model which incorporates some of Nike’s latest innovation in the original Hyperdunk silhouette. When the Hyperdunk’s were first released they pretty much set a standard when it came to Nike’s basketball sneakers. However, things have changed a little bit since since as far as technologies goes with Nike making many improvements over their innovations.
When designing the Hyperdunk 2010 Nike kept most of the design traits used on the original Hyperdunk such as the Flywire upper, the floating counter heel, and the dynamic innersleeve. The Huarache inspired cutout also remains, however it’s now slightly larger then that on the original Hyperdunk. The new features, which are more then noticeable include a one piece seamless TPU Flywire upper similar to that used on the Kobe V and a Phylon midsole and a full-length Zoom Air bag which replaces the Lunarlite foam used on previous Hyperdunk releases.
No official release date for this version of the Hyperdunk 2010 or any version of the Hyperdunk 2010 is available at this time so stay tuned for further details.