Back in December of last year we gave you a first look at the Nike Lunar Hyperquickness. As we look ahead to next basketball season, new colorways of the high-performance basketball model are expected to follow.
Similar in design to the Nike Zoom Hyperrev, the Hyperquickness will rid of its Nike Zoom Air technology and incorporate Lunarlon cushioning instead. What also replaces conventional mesh, leather, and/or nubuck materials with lightweight Hyperfuse uppers, we will also see updates this this shoe’s tractioned outsole, interior padding, tongue design, and more.
Rumored to carry a $110 price tag, stick with Sneaker Files for more news and updates surrounding this drop.