The Nike Hyperfuse 2011 is the 2nd generation of Hyperfuse, which emerged the summer of 2010. Rajon Rondo debuted the shoe during a playoff run that ended in the NBA Finals with a loss to the LA Lakers. The Hyperfuse’s unique construction comes from blending 3 layers of material without stitching or glue, allowing for less weight and a seamless construction. Layers fade away or increase in key areas of the shoe to provide breathability and support where it’s needed most. The forefoot has Zoom Air cushioning, and the midsole has outriggers on the heel and forefoot for extra stability. For more shots of each colorway, head to the Vault.