Is this new Lunar Foam Nike’s answer to Boost? The Nike Hyperdunk 2017 has leaked and it looks interesting.
Spotted in two builds, they’re fairly similar to the HyperRev 2017, but these look a bit more refined. Zoom Air is once again replaced with Lunar Foam, but this Lunar isn’t what you’re used to. At least it isn’t according to Nike.
Tech sheets read that the upcoming Nike Hyperdunk 2017 offers a new Lunar cushioning that is softer and lighter for running and impact, but returns energy better for liftoff. It sounds similar to Boost so we’ll have to wait and see how it feels — and if it lasts. The outsole is noted as being a pressure mapped design for greater traction.
Retail will be $140 for the mid and $130 for the low. The release date is still up in the air but we should expect to see them around July or August.
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