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Nike Prime Hype DF Black/ Anthracite – Available Now

If you weren’t feeling the Red pair then this Black version of the Nike Prime Hype DF might be more your style.

This ‘low budget’ model offers everything that a higher priced model would feature… but they’ll only cost you $85 instead of $140 or more. Fuse panels, synthetic leather toe, Dual Fusion cushioning is full length (not targeted) and the traction is beast indoors or outdoors.

If you were interested in trying a pair out, head over to Finish LineNike Prime Hype DF Black Anthracite - Available Now 1 Nike Prime Hype DF Black Anthracite - Available Now 2 Nike Prime Hype DF Black Anthracite - Available Now 3 Nike Prime Hype DF Black Anthracite - Available Now 4 Nike Prime Hype DF Black Anthracite - Available Now 5 Nike Prime Hype DF Black Anthracite - Available Now 6 Nike Prime Hype DF Black Anthracite - Available Now 7

  1. It kind of makes you wonder why the hyperdunks cost so much. I guess its the old adage “because they can”.

    It’s cool to see a budget shoe perform well though. I remember giving some of them a chance awhile ago and really regretting it. I was under the impression that you get what you pay for. I thought that if you could buy it at Sears or JC Penny it was total crap. I’m glad I was proven wrong and things have changed.

    These look like a mashup of Hyperdunks and various Under Armour shoes. Not a fan but the price point is on check. Good job Nike.

    1. Yeah, usually budget models lack cushion tech other than maybe a heel Air unit. But these were a great model to play in. Dual Fusion is similar to what we are used to playing in now with foam cushion setups and I find it to be pretty damn comfortable. I used to love running in their DF runners. They always felt like great bang for your buck options.

    2. It also makes me think why the hyperdunks cost so much and it only has targeted lunar.
      But I saw the lunar hyperquickness and it says on nike’s website that is has a phylite midsole with “full length” lunarlon. Not sure how accurate that is but it does say that it does. And you can get it on finishline for 90 dollars.

  2. These are going to be nuts! Definitely grabbing a pair. I loved the Dual Cushion BBs when I had them two years back, but after three wears the entire tongue ripped off and I had to return them for my money back. @Nightwing2303 Do you feel like durability will be a major issue with this particular shoe? Thanks.

  3. Only thing keeping me from pulling the trigger with these is me waiting for your performance review NW. So spoil us and release the performance review! 😀

  4. hey guys whats dual fusion i havent played in tht type of cushion yet. Has anyone bought the new hyper quickness with the lunarlon, if so what do u think of it?

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