If you weren’t feeling the Royal Blue Hyperfuses, you might want to cop these instead. A White/University Gold-Black colorway is also available for the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse 2012. I’m actually curious as to how these’ll perform. For hoop nuts out there, I’m sure you picked up your pair over the weekend. If you’ve tried them out, do let us know how they worked out compared to previous editions of the Hyperfuse.
Aside from the shoe’s design, I like the corrugated herringbone pattern on the outsole. I’m not sure how that’ll work out on the floor, but if it’s similar to the Crazy Light 2, the different heights should help your foot adapt to the surface in conjunction with the your movement while playing. Or it can be aesthetics. We’ll just have to wait and see.
The Nike Zoom Hyperfuse 2012 (White/University Gold-Black) now available at Titan (Fort/Katipunan/Taft) and other Nike stores nationwide. The shoe retails for 6,195 php.