The Nike Hyperdunk Elite 2016 got most of the shine when unveiled, but there is a slightly less expensive version of the Hyperdunk set to release in the coming months.
This version will not feature the FlyKnit upper and compression ankle sleeve, but it shares the same tooling. Traction looks impressive, as does the Nike Zoom Air cushioning. Although, we thought the Hyperdunk 2015 was going to be awesome for the same reasons and it failed to impress. The upper looks pretty basic. Mesh and Fuse with large open mesh sections for ventilation. Not quite as innovative as the Elite model, but should be more than functional on-court.
Enjoy the updated look at the Nike Hyperdunk 2016 below, and let us know which version you’re more interested in trying out once they release.