King James wouldn't have two back-to-back championships without 9-time All Star forward Chris Bosh, whose sneakers also shouldn't be overlooked. Bosh is one of the main endorsers of the Nike Hyperposite, and now we have a closer look at his "Ring Night" PE from the 2012 ceremony via @jarodmalnik. Slightly differing from the red version CB wore on opening night when the Miami Heat received their 2013 rings this past year, this first "Ring Night" PE has white instead of red to go with the gold accents. Tell us what you think of this PE in the comment section, and keep Nice Kicks flowing for everything sneakers.
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.
The Nike Hyperposite is undeniably one of the most underrated shoes of the season. Around this time last year, sample photos of this 'Fuse-posite silhouette began to surface and since then, we've seen a few general releases and a number of player exclusives that have garnered our interest. Fresh off of yesterday's "Raspberry Red" Hyperposite, we take a look at 12 Other Nike Hyperposites We'd Like to See Release.
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.
Toronto Raptors wingman Rudy Gay has frequently sent us previews of his player exclusive Hyperposites this season, a model he considers one of the best performance silhouettes this year. The latest preview, although not worn by him in a game this season, comes in the form of his Space Program PE. On the eve of us detailing his full Kicks On Court resume for the season, we bring you a teaser of his latest Hyperposite PE. Check back tomorrow for a 1-on-1 interview with Rudy Gay and detailed images of this Space Program exclusive in the latest episode of Kicks On Court Weekly Recap.
We may be in the NBA Postseason but we’re still feeling the side effects of a celestial All-Star Weekend in Houston. Images have surfaced of the Nike Air Max Hyperposite “Area 72”, the PE made for LaMarcus Aldridge. Aldridge made his second All-Star game appearance this year and wore these in game. No word on release details but stay in tuned with Nice Kicks.