Closer Look: Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2010

Closer Look: Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2010

words & images_Nick DePaula

There’s just something about that carbon fiber weave.

While Nike’s much-heralded Flywire has been seen in many variations over the past two years, the Max Hyperdunk 2010 marks the first time that the brand’s lightweight containment solution has been layered into a woven carbon fiber-esque upper construction quite like this.

With a full-length Air Max 360 unit, TPU external heel counter and removable collar strap, the built-for-battle Max Hyperdunk 2010 is currently being worn by the likes of Chris Bosh, David Lee, Blake Griffin and more.

Available Now: Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2010 in Varsity Red/ White/ Metallic Silver

Closer Look: Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2010

Closer Look: Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2010

words & images_Nick DePaula

For the past two seasons, the Nike Hyperdunk has been an industry shifting basketball shoe. Worn by a high majority of the NBA, it can certainly be credited with ushering in a new era of technical design rooted in a lighter weight performance package.

This year, for the first time, the Hyperdunk series introduces full-length 360 degree Air Max to the mix, as the Air Max Hyperdunk 2010 is now available  in a wide array of both team and energy colorways. Best suited for power forwards and centers looking for maximum impact protection and support, here we have a closer look at the Black/ White/ Metallic Silver colorway of the Air Max Hyperdunk 2010. Stay tuned for detailed shots of several other colorways.

Available Now: Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2010 in Black/ White/ Metallic Silver