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Nike Zoom Hyperfuse 2011

The Nike Hyperfuse 2011 is a lightweight, performance basketball shoe that uses a hot melt process to combine a synthetic textile with mesh, and then cover it with a layer of TPU (Thermoplastic Urethane) for a totally seamless, breathable, ultra-lightweight and durable upper. The full-length Cushlon midsole is wrapped with fabric for enhanced stability and a unique look. The Hyperfuse 2011 is built with ample ankle support that not only offers protection, but comfort as well.

I prefer the all green with black accents version better, which you can find here for $99.99 (US). The all black with green accents version is available here for $99.99 (US) as well. Unfortunately Finish-Line does not ship outside the US, so if you like these sneaks then you're either gonna have to take a trip to the states, or search you're local sportswear store. As usual more pics are available, and a cool commercial too!


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