The Air Max Hyperize is the next evolution of what originated as the Hyperdunk, a shoe that burst onto the scene at the 2008 Summer Olympics featuring Nike’s revolutionary flywire technology and backed by NBA superstar Kobe Bryant. In 2009, with some tweaks to the midsole and more strategic flywire placement on the upper, the Nike Hyperdunk was reinvented as the even lighter Nike Hyperize. Now 2010, the Hyperize has been modified to accommodate a full Air Max midsole to become the Nike Air Max Hyperize.
This colorway of the Air Max Hyperize is predominately silver and grey with volt accents. The grey-based upper features volt-colored flywire and metallic silver for the toe box and eyestays. The volt inner lining forms a trim around the collar and additional line of volt fabric runs up the middle of the grey, mesh tongue. The Air Max midsole is completely volt but the outsole is predominately volt with some grey blocking and a grey Nike swoosh.
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