Get Up Close and Personal with the Nike HyperRev 2016


The Nike HyperRev 2015 made its way onto my Top Performance Picks of 2015, and I’m hoping the 2016 edition of the shoe follows suit.

Move over Hyperdunk line, the HyperRev is now the best non-signature line Nike Basketball has under its belt. Every pair has been consistently good — albeit, there have only been 2 so far. But the third version of the shoe looks really promising. Traction looks solid, and the upper/fit looks amazing. Hopefully the cushion is good; that’s the only real question with Nike’s inconsistent Zoom Air setups.

Get up close and personal with the Nike HyperRev 2016 below, and stay tuned for their release and eventual performance review.
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15 Comments

  1. I think the mesh upper will provide a very comfortable, breathable and one to one fit.Even the traction looks promising… Hopefully it’s good for outdoor hoopers…. But the real question is the cushion setup which has been very inconsistent with Nike especially the zoom models…. They(Nike) make u pay for something which isn’t really there.I mean the kind of zoom units they use,its basically useless coz u get no bounce and its so hard they rather use phylon or Eva and cut costs.I we may never know what Nike has under its sleeves… Maybe it’s as good as the Original Hyperrev…which BTW is the way zoom must be implemented to get max court feel and butter smooth transition.I hope its full length zoom but I doubt that.but never mind..segmented zoom can be as good lets just keep our fingers crossed and hope they are beasts on court like the og Hyperrev’s…and hope they don’t suck like hyperlink 2014’s….

  2. why is it that nike have the capacity to turn out no-frills, pure performance models like this, but more often than not turn out money-making, penny-pinching rubbish instead? these look like they’re going to be excellent…

  3. Looka like a full size Zoom Bag in the forefoot. Aesthetics are a bit strange to me, but this shoe was made to be an on-court performer, making that a moot point. Looking forward to hearing more about it!

  4. I have the Hyperrrev 2015 and aside from being my main ballin shoes I also use it casually for work. It held up so far, I have never regretted buying them since the zoom on it was responsive enough to play in and also enough to help my knees. I dig the new look I just don’t like the back of the neoprene being higher than the front, everything else looks damn fine.

  5. I like it a lot. But Will wait, having too much fun in my Boostables and I don’t want to have another $150 stacked in the corner. So unce again will wait for the eve and the perfect colorway to come down my street.

  6. Honestly I think this model is going to be great for its price point which is $110.
    REASONS WHY ITS WORTH THE MONEY
    –Neoprene upper(gives a sock like fit) looks amazing
    –Since the last 2 models had amazing cushion, this year they probably wont let us down
    –Traction looks great
    –The strap looks sexy with the nike swoosh on it

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