Nike Zoom Hyperfuse XDR Sample – Black/Volt


Having been a major asset to the Boston Celtics throughout the postseason and being one of the key players who helped the team get as far as they are, we’re all waiting to see if the young Rajon Rondo can continue to display his astonishing athleticism against Kobe and the Lakers in the upcoming NBA Finals. Rajon’s time on the court has been the topic of the discussion for most of the playoffs thanks to MVP-worthy stats which include a triple-double (29 points, 18 rebounds and 13 assists) against LeBron James and the Cavs during Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinal’s. If you’ve been keeping your eye on Rajon you’ve probably noticed he’s been wearing Nike’s latest, super lightweight basketball sneaker. The Zoom Hyperfuse. Could the shoes be part of the reason why he’s been able to lay down numbers far superior to his regular season stats? Nike would like you to believe so.

The Nike Zoom Hyperfuse has yet to be released to the public and there’s already been a variety of different colorways previewed online and on the feet of Rajon Rondo, the only NBA athlete from the postseason who’s endorsed the sneakers. As what’s being called Nike’s latest and greatest in the Hyper-family, you can best believe that the bevy of color schemes seen already are just slim beginnings to what’s coming in the months ahead. This Black/Volt Zoom Hyperfuse is the latest colorup to surface online, popping up on eBay through a $249 BIN auction for a SZ 9 sample. What makes this pair rather unique from all the other previous Hyperfuse models seen thus far is that they use an durable XDR sole unit which is outdoor approved for ballin in the playground.

It’s unknown at this time whether or not this specific Nike Zoom Hyperfuse will ever release, so if you’re interested in getting your hands on the SZ 9 sample for collection purposes, hit up the eBay auction now while they’re still available.









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