This is the third installment of a sneaker that has been on top of the basketball game ever since its first release, the Nike Zoom Hyperdunk 2011. Nike constructed this year's model with Flywire construction for lockdown support, Zoom Air cushioning for comfort, a Phylon midsole for impact protection, carbon shank plate for stability, and herringbone pattern on the outsole for traction on the hardwood. Plus, Nike (once again) made sure the Nike Zoom Hyperdunk was extremely lightweight. Game on.
Overall Rating for Nike Zoom Hyperdunk 2011 TB
Super Light and Super Fit
Robert, United States
I just just got these shoes and have played in them a couple of times already. They are extremely light, and I noticed an instant change in how high I could jump (about 1-2 inches higher), and I feel extremely quick and fast in these shoes. And as long as you tighten the whole shoe (not just the top, but go up the whole shoe, tightening every place where the laces are) they will hug any foot, whith absolutely no rubbing. I especially can testify to this, because I have flat feet, and usually and kind of shoe, whether it be basketball or normal, rubs my feet where the arch of the shoe is. But these shoes tighten and fit so that even with flat feet, there is no rubbing. My only complaint is that they do not come in wide size. I have wide feet, and had to order them a little too long in order to fit the width of my feet. But I solved this with inserts behind my foot (only cost about $5) and now they fit perfectly.
Light as a feather!!!
Gerron , Houston, TX
Way lighter than last years or atleast it feels like it. Pretty good ankle support. Design could have been a bit better.