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Cheap Nike basketball Shoes Wholesale line is set to begin a fresh chapter in 2019, and one of the silhouettes that’s helping turn the page is the new Nike Zoom Rise. With a textured high-cut knit upper and athletic shape, the Zoom Rise appears to be somewhat of a Nike Alphadunk takedown, much in the same way the Nike Hyperrev played a perfect foil to the Nike Hyperdunk line in years past. However, it’s still very much its own unique design. Upon first glance, two main details stand out: one of the branded variety, the other of the performance variety.
This afternoon, Nike held its quarterly earnings call for Q2 of fiscal year 2019. One of the major announcements made by CEO Mark Parker was the sportswear company’s plan to bring a new smart shoe into the performance basketball market in 2019.
“I’m excited to announce that in the new year we’ll launch a new adaptive performance platform in basketball at the $350 price point,” said Parker. “We have a smart shoe designed for the perfect fit, and it’s a major step in advancing and connecting our digital transformation to product.”
Nike Executive Vice President Andy Campion later revealed that this introduction of Hyperadapt to basketball will be launching in spring 2019. Rumors of the HyperAdapt 2.0 being a self-lacing basketball shoe originally surfaced back in 2017 when legendary designer Tinker Hatfield confirmed it was in development at the time.
If the shoe features similar technology to the original Hyperadapt, this pair would be seeing a significant dip in retail price from the 1.0′s $720 price point, making it much more accessible. Stay tuned as more details become available regarding Nike’s latest basketball innovation for 2019. The most noticeable branded hit is the large Swoosh that originates on the toebox before swooping all the way up to the medial midfoot, coming to rest alongside the asymmetrical lacing system. Meanwhile, a large visible Nike Zoom Uk Air bag is placed directly under the forefoot for snappy and responsive court feel. Other details are then provided by a textured heel overlay, flight-style detailing on one of the eyestays, and large heel/collar pull tabs for easy on/easy off. The fresh hoops sneaker has appeared in a retro Mariners-esque combo of black, teal, and white plus a sporty white/red/grey with a bold neon yellow sockliner, and will likely release on Nike.com this summer or fall, just in time for the start of basketball season. Take a look at both new colorways directly below, and stay tuned to our Sneaker Release Dates page for further updates as they’re available.

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