Evidently, the Nike Hyperize silhouette has fallen under some scrutiny for its performance- as evidenced by Arnie Kander’s (strength and conditioning coach of the Detroit Pistons) ban on that basketball sneaker. However, maybe the Nike Air Max Hyperize is better suited for foot support, specifically in action on the hardwood. Last week we showed you two teaser images of a metallic silver/volt Nike Air Max Hyperize that, to the excitement of many, sports the 360-degree Air Max sole unit that sneakers like the Nike Air Max Lebron VII do. Now, you can check out a full preview of this sneaker silhouette and colorway after the jump. How do you expect the Air Max sole unit to impact the overall performance of this reworked Nike basketball shoe?

Via Footlocker.

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  1. I would feel like weirdo to walk in these out of my house…not even talkin about the hoops court.