The Nike Hyperrev 2017 features a unique grooved outsole to help guards keep a light ride for quick cuts while Nike Zoom Air helps provide cushion for impact protection. Much like the Kyrie 2, the model features unique sidewall traction for new and improved lateral grip. The upper is made up of a breathable mesh textile for additional flexibility. A new White/Ice colorway and Black/Gum options are available today. The Nike Hyperrev series has been a proving ground for a number of current Nike Basketball signature athletes. Kyrie Irving helped introduce the first Hyperrev to the world and is now hooping in the Kyrie 3 on-court. Paul George followed in his footsteps and will be unveiling his own signature in the near future. Nike Basketball is still pushing the Hyperrev in an entirely new direction depending on the year, and 2017's version, now known simply as the Nike Zoom Rev, sports a fully overhauled look.
New Air Jordan Shoes signature superstars control the show. The likes of LeBron, KD, and Kyrie will be joined by Paul George in the near future, but the Swoosh continues to churn out formidable silhouettes that don’t belong to any particular All-Star or All-NBA selection. The Nike Hyperrev series has been as diverse as any with no particular feature or aesthetic tying the yearly installments together. The "Hyperrev 2017" branding should bring memories of Dover Street Market collabs given the simple vertical text on the tongue. The truly stand-out feature here is the herringbone traction pattern that extends well into the Zoom midsole. The LunarTiempo 2 has a similar approach with a unique pattern through the base. Finishing the collection is the Air Max Zero which comes in predominate White while the insole, air unit and outsole have splashes of colors.
New Jordans 2016 Formerly known as the Nike Zoom HyperRev 2016, this shoe was renamed in 2017 but still features a design similar to previous versions. Once worn by both Kyrie Irving and Paul George, the shoe has maintained a high profile despite the loss of the two superstars to their own signatures shoes, the Nike Kyrie 3 and Nike PG 1, respectively. The shoe may be popular because of its grooved outside, designed to help guards make quick cuts. A return to simplicity, the Hyperdunk 2017 is a tech-heavy performance model in a sleek package. According to the new team catalog, the shoe features an engineered woven jacquard upper, which provides a snug, Flyknit-like fit. The key tech element is what Nike is calling a new Lunar cushioning setup, described as softer and lighter for impact protection, while being more effective in energy return. Below, a pressure-mapped outsole with improved multi-directional traction.