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Detailed look at the Nike Hyperdunk Lux

Nike Hyperdunk Lux White Gum

The Nike Hyperdunk line was always known as an on court basketball shoe, however Nike Sportswear intends to switch things up a bit. First they will bring the Nike Hyperdunk 2008 back in retro form and now they have a casual release set to debut, the Nike Hyperdunk Lux.

There appears to be a lot going on with the Nike Hyperdunk Lux. First up, the traditional Hyperfuse on the uppers will now be swapped out for woven leather. Following is the use of patent leather that lands across the toe box while a premium use of leather runs through the mudguard. Predominately dressed in Black, the finishing touch is a White midsole. The second model to pop up uses mainly White on the uppers while they are complimented with a Gum outsole.

Keep scrolling below to check out more photos of the Nike Hyperdunk Lux. Currently release information is unknown, however make sure to visit us shortly for additional news, photos and updates.

Nike Hyperdunk Lux
Colorway: White/White-Gum Light Brown
Product Number: 818137-100
Nike Hyperdunk Lux White Gum

Nike Hyperdunk Lux White Gum

Nike Hyperdunk Lux White Gum

Nike Hyperdunk Lux White Gum

Nike Hyperdunk Lux White Gum

Nike Hyperdunk Lux
Colorway: Black/White
Product Number: 818137-001
Nike Hyperdunk Lux Black White

Nike Hyperdunk Lux Black White

Nike Hyperdunk Lux Black White

Nike Hyperdunk Lux Black White

Nike Hyperdunk Lux Black White

Update: Adding to the Nike Hyperdunk Lux series, we already showed you the Black and White pair but now check out the White and Gum release.

Nike Hyperdunk Black White Lux

Nike Hyperdunk Lux White Gum

Nike Hyperdunk Black White Lux

Nike Hyperdunk Lux Black White

Nike Hyperdunk Lux Black White

Nike Hyperdunk Lux Black White

Nike Hyperdunk Lux Black White

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Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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