Nike Zoom Hyperforce Now Available

Nike Zoom Hyperforce Now Available



The Nike Zoom Hyperforce has arrived and can now be purchased at Nike Basketball retailers such as Finish Line.

Taking its design from the Hyperfuse and modifying it with all new Hyperfuse composite construction, this lightweight & breathable silhouette will last quite some time on-court as Fuse tech is a very reliable and durable synthetic. Cushion and midsole construction looks to be the same as that of the Hyperfuse & Hyperfuse 2011. They also have full length herringbone traction which will be great no matter the court’s condition or if you play outdoors regularly.

At $109.99, this may not be a bad option for Guards or fast paced Forwards.



  • Zhitao

    is there a pic of traction and how much these weigh?

    • Nightwing2303

      I dont know the weight but the entire outsole is herringbone.

  • Byrne

    Will you be reviewing these?

    • Nightwing2303

      Not sure yet. Ill try to but im already behind bc of my ankle. So once i get back out on court they could be on the lists depending on what else is out there.

  • Jake

    will you be reviewing the adizero rose 2.5 since you liked the adizero rose 2.0 so much?

    • Nightwing2303

      Im planing on it.

  • J-Ian

    is this true to size or is it the same width as the hyperfuse

    • Nightwing2303

      Not sure. Since the upper is fuse and the midsole and outsole tooling are the same as the hyperfuse, its very possible.

  • Edwin

    Hey Nightwing sorry to hear you sprained your ankle, have you tried soaking them in hot water with epson salt? it works wonder for me and allows me to recover quickly after a sprain or muscle tear. these hyperforce look really good performance wise with the full length herringbone traction. i wonder if they have zoom in the heel, if so, i just might cop them. So I recently purchased this sneaker called Commander TD 2 by Adidas its not very popular but they look like there might perform quite well with the rubber puremotion outsole. Ive never tried puremotion technology but it supposed help improve court feel. they don’t have any type of cushioning in the heel other than the usual EVA i think so i might have to invest in some insoles. I’ve read alot of positive reviews on the Spenco RX arch cushion insoles saying they have good shock absorption.. any suggestions? Sorry for the long comment lol. i hope you get better soon man take care

    • Nightwing2303

      Thanks for the tips bro!

      Ive heard of the model, should be good to get used to adidas imo. The puremotion is awesome in my opinion. You may want to give them a go without special insoles at first just to try out their foam cushion, which i personally like, if you end up not liking then id go with an insole. As for the type, if you need the arched version them those are very nice but if you have a normal arch they will irritate your foot while playing.