words // Brandon Richard
Hyperfuse technology officially invaded the LeBron James Nike signature line this spring with the release of LeBron's postseason sneaker, the LeBron 8 P.S. However, the concept of adding a Hyperfuse build was being floated around as far back as last year, when the design team experimentally added the lightweight, seamless technology to the upper of the Air Max LeBron VII.
Already a rarity in itself, the "Hardwood Classic" Air Max LeBron VII was displayed at this past weekend's Sneaker Friends event in Atlanta sporting a brand new tonal orange colorway and Hyperfuse makeover. White branding and hits of royal blue compliment the look.
Check out more photos of this rare sample below and let us know what you think in the comment section.