The Nike Zoom Hyperenforcer is an overall average performer. Some will love them while others may feel there are better models available within the respective price range.
One good thing about Fuse models is their durability. You really can’t beat this material as far as longevity is concerned. They may show signs of wear here and there but the overall damage to the upper is nearly nonexistent for quite some time. It’ll take a hard beating to be able to really thrash a Fuse model.
This particular model combines Flywire & Fuse. While it sounds good, it takes some time to get used to the layers of tough material. The area which is circled took a few hours of gameplay to break in… until the break-in process is complete this area will dig into your foot. It’s not necessarily painful but it is somewhat annoying. Honestly, these along with the LeBron 9 have a bit too much going on and both of them would be better suited if they had less layers… often times less is more. Flywire is a great material as is Fuse; together they aren’t the most comfortable.
The lacing setup is very nice. The original Hyperfuse had a pretty straight forward lacing structure and these are more like individual harnesses for each section of your foot. Having them setup this way also emphasizes the use of the Flywire so you get a better fit from the base all the way up to the collar. Best of all; with each eyelet being almost separate it allows for some much needed flexibility along the upper while you are in motion without sacrificing the fit & you can customize each section to accommodate your foot shape.
For example: Tighten the forefoot for greater lockdown, if you have a high arch you can lace the midfoot up as tight or loose as you see fit then tighten the collar up for heel lockdown. This is one of the best uses of Flywire I’ve experience as each section of the tensile fibers are almost independent… if the Fuse wasn’t layered all over the upper it would have been a very comfortable fit.