Nike Hyperdunk 2016
The Nike Hyperdunk 2016 debuted in 2016 as a continuation of the Nike Hyperdunk line that first debuted in 2008. Designed by Leo Chang, the sneaker retailed in two versions, a Flyknit version that featured an exaggerated high-cut Flyknit upper and Flywire, and a base model that featured a breathable textile upper with Flywire. The outsole featured a new full-length Zoom Air Unit that was hollowed out at the midfoot to create a "trampoline" effect. The sneaker served as the main Nike performance basketball sneaker worn at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.
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