To date, Nike’s innovative Hyperfuse material has only been used on two silhouettes, the Zoom Hyperfuse and the Trainer 1.2 Mid Hyperfuse. However, like all of their other patented technologies, you can bet it won’t be long before Nike begins integrating Hyperfuse into an assortment of models. In fact, they’re already experimenting with other sneakers, as seen here on this Hyperfuse-built Dunk Hi. Sporting a black upper, the Dunks are constructed from the same exact materials as the Zoom Hyperfuse, giving them a seamless outer shell thats not only breathable and lightweight, but also extremely durable. A white sole unit provides some contrast to the shoes and the Hyperfuse branding appears across the tongue.
More than likely this is only a sample model and is not officially scheduled to release at this time. We’ll keep you posted if we find out anything more about them. Via: Dunk