The Nike Hyperize just got a whole lot better. The lightweight basketball sneakers were lucky enough to be chosen as the model to help introduce a Air Max 360 sole unit into the hyper-family. As if the Hyperize wasn’t already one of the most desirable sneakers to play in the addition of the Air Max 360 sole unit is sure to put them head and shoulders above it’s counterparts. Imagine the comfort of the Hyperize infused with the cushioning of the full-length Air Max 360 unit in the Lebron VII. It’s a recipe for one of the greatest basketball sneakers of all times.
You may have seen some images of the Nike Air Max Hyperize floating around over the past 3-4 months as they started to arrive at retailers across the pond. Well now it’s official, the sneakers have just landed in the States. The first colorway to arrive at distributors consists of black patent leather wrapped around royal blue flywire. White accents the Swoosh and royal blue jumps back into action on the mesh tongue and within the Air Max 360 sole unit. Seen across the tongue tag is a graphic of a basketball net with a dotted line across it and a pair of scissors above it to signify a team cutting down the net, a moment which is historic during the NCAA Final Four.
If you’re interested in giving the Nike Air Max Hyperize a test run you can grab this Black/Royal-White pair now through Finish Line for $145.