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Nike AlphaDunk ‘Pure Magic’ Pays Tribute to Aaron Gordon’s Iconic Slam Dunk

Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic Black Photo Blue BQ5401-002 Release Date Info

Nike Basketball will launch a new performance basketball model known as the AlphaDunk. Inspired by the HyperDunk, the first wave of releases will be inspired by iconic dunk moments.

Looking closer this Nike AlphaDunk comes dressed in Black, Photo Blue and White and is a tribute to Aaron Gordon’s All-Star Dunk. Having a similar theme of the Orlando Magic uniforms, they come constructed with a new tech known as Air Knit which is like Battleknit. Suede lands on the heel panel, large Swoosh wraps around the heel and then we have a visible Zoom Air in the heel.

Linking back to Gordon’s dunk we have ‘Pure Magic: The First of it’s Kind’ text on the insoles while a retro ‘Flight’ logo in White is placed on the heel. Completing the look is a translucent outsole.

Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic Release Details

You can expect the Nike AlphaDunk ‘Pure Magic’ to release at select retailers and online at Nike.com during August. Retail price is set at $170. Continue to scroll below to check out more images which will provide you with a closer look.

Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic
Color: Black/Photo Blue-White
Release Date: August 2019
Style Number: BQ5401-002
Price: $170

Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic Black Photo Blue BQ5401-002 Release Date Info
Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic Black Photo Blue BQ5401-002 Release Date Info

Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic Black Photo Blue BQ5401-002 Release Date Info

Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic Black Photo Blue BQ5401-002 Release Date Info

Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic Black Photo Blue BQ5401-002 Release Date Info

Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic Black Photo Blue BQ5401-002 Release Date Info

Nike AlphaDunk Pure Magic Black Photo Blue BQ5401-002 Release Date Info

Brian Betschart
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