A high-performance beast since its inception, the Nike Air Max Hyperposite has managed to stay on top of its game, as it has suited up for the weekend festivities in an “All Star” colorway. Sporting a matte finish on its -posite upper, things get geometric on the Hyperfuse sections, still keeping in line with a monochromatic motif. The only sign of a color change-up appears to be in the use of green glow on the Swoosh and opaque outsole, with the overall look being an all-new makeup, independent of the “All-Star” implications. Check out the soon-to-be-sported Hyperposite up top and let us know your thoughts on it in the comments section.
Nike Air Max Hyperposite
The Nike Air Max Hyperposite is the latest offering from Nike Basketball to utilize a Foamposite upper. Despite its casual appeal, the Hyperposite is built for performance on the court and worn by many of the NBA's best big men on the Nike Basketball roster.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Day festivities continue on the hardwood with the Nike Air Max Hyperposite “BHM” PE. Worn by LaMarcus Aldridge, this Black History Month makeup comes early, featuring the ‘Sport Royalty’ color scheme showcased on the upcoming BHM collection. A purple base benefits from printed paneling and gold tagging on this assumed to be unreleased exclusive. Would you rock this Hyperposite PE? Let us know in the comment section.
While Rajon Rondo, David West and LaMarcus Aldridge are all well known for their endorsement of the Nike Air Max Hyperposite, Anthony Davis has remained a renowned wearer himself. Sporting the heavy duty design for the better part of the past two seasons, an array of Davis do-ups have hosted Hornets hues or become Pelican pairs. Following Davis’ donning of yet another Hyperposite PE, we take a look back at some of the best ones he’s rocked so far.
LaMarcus Aldridge is one of the most consistent endorsers of the underrated Nike Air Max Hyperposite, and he keeps receiving new PEs from the Swoosh. Geminikeez gives us an up-close and personal look at the Portland Trail Blazers power forward’s latest, the Nike Air Max Hyperposite “Away” LaMarcus Aldridge PE. This new all-red design features a subtly splattered print across the entire upper and midsole, creating a unique appearance. A black tongue and large Swoosh contrast the red, while an ice blue outsole gives these a cool ride. Aldridge’s “L-Smooth” name tag marks the tongue to make it known whose sneakers they are. Tell us what you think of LA’s red Novembers in the comment section underneath, and keep Nice Kicks streaming for everything sneakers.
A holdover from last year, the Nike Air Max Hyperposite is still making its rounds dropping unexpectedly in new colorways. Courtesy of Dallas Penn, we get a two-minute look at a rare player exclusive dubbed the “Tournament of Champions”. Slate grey is the color of choice for the Foamposite portion, while jarring hues of neon green cloak the Hyperfuse upper, 360 Max Air unit and outsole. Given the nature of PEs, the likelihood of these dropping anytime soon is unknown, but nevertheless, stay tuned to Nice Kicks for updates.
The well-received Nike Hyperposite keeps producing. After the Christmas pair that Rajon Rondo debuted hit stores, this new bright blue getup is set to release. The Hyperposite’s wavy, molded Foam upper and 360 full-length Air Max support unit make for a durable and comfortable performance shoe that has the unique appearance to make the lifestyle transition. This new colorway combines a tropical teal upper with sonic yellow on the swoosh and air bubble.
The Nike Air Max Hyperposite steadily gained steam among fans upon its release. As we learned form Kicks on Court, NBA players absolutely loved the shoe, including the Nike Air Max Hyperposite “Christmas” worn by Rajon Rondo during the Celtics’ December 25 showdown with the Brooklyn Nets. Mint green Foamposite material wraps the upper, and leaks up into the grey hyperfuse material. Bright crimson is also introduced in that grey space for a true Christmas feel. The vivid color covers the inner lining, as well. Reflective 3M material is present on the Swoosh branding and the Hyperfuse upper. Grey laces and an ice blue translucent sole provide a balanced finish. Though this version is a tiny bit different than the version Rondo wore, the Nike Air Max Hyperposite Christmas still a great looking shoe that is set to release at Nike Harajuku on Saturday, July 6.