by Brendan Dunne
When the Nike Hyperchase debuted, the shoe was very much focused on special editions between the James Harden All-Star pair and the fragment creations.
In the future the shoe will break from that and go more traditional via these inline releases. Notice that the logo on the tongue here is the more straightforward "HC" one, which distances the shoe from the James Harden connection. Nike Basketball has been pretty adamant about bringing all of its latest silos to NIKEiD, so don't be surprised if the shoe lands there as well.
There is no concrete release date for this new Hyperchase set, but Sole Collector will give updates.