Nike Basketball a staple model in their basketball line, the Nike Hyperdunk 2015. Inspired by the Nike Mag, lead designer Leo Chang and his team wanted to make the best Hyperdunk from top to bottom. By using a Hyperfuse construction in the upper material, lightweight performance was heavily put into consideration. A flexible collar foam helps with the lockdown without restricting the ankle to make you feel like you are playing in low tops. Of course, Nike Flywire will be back once again to provide that foot containment in the laces. Zoom Air will be used again in the forefoot and in the heel to provide a low-to-the-ground but responsive feel together with a lightweight phylon midsole which would extend up to the heel area to also act as a heel counter. Last but not the least, herringbone traction pattern will be used in the outsole. By now, we already now how this traction pattern works and according to Nike, this will cater to various court surfaces indoors and outdoors. Are you excited and already planning on copping them? This crimson colorway will drop on July 1 at Nike.com and select retail stores with the white colorway dropping on Aug 1. All in all, 6 colorways will be available from July 1 to September 30. So it is just a matter of time that we will see these in our local shoe stores as well.