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.