Nike Zoom Hypercross Trainer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

The Swoosh has been dominating the footwear scene for decades, and the brand we all know and love shows absolutely no signs of slowing down. After pulling the curtain on the Nike LeBron 12 just a few weeks ago, Nike is back with these Zoom Hpercross Trainer.

Borrowing the same Zoom Air cushioning technology used on the LeBron’s, these low top kicks are made for any court surface you can throw at them. Whether it be inside or outside, the black and turquoise upper constructed from lightweight mesh and soft pliable foam will provide the support and comfort you need to train at optimum levels. The real benefit in these trainers resides in the Zoom Air shock-absorption units found on the outsole. These hexagonal-shaped air pockets are mated to a durable rubber outsole, providing unparalleled response traction. Expect these shoes to start hitting select Nike retailers in the coming weeks. [Purchase]

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