Nike’s Hyperdunk Flyknit released in Australia in 2016, These high cut basketball shoes typify the innovative advancement of one of the world’s most prominent sporting giants. Flyknit technology is utilised for the uppers, which come have a low profile yet a high-top ankle compression sock for unparalleled on-court support.
The Australian release of the Air Jordan 31 embodies the spirit of the Air Jordan 1. Over three decades in the making, the Air Jordan 31 is equipped with innovative Zoom Air cushioning and FlightSpeed technology. The evolved cushioning system is paired with a flexible Flyweave upper and premium leather heel to provide all-around support and comfort. Harking back to MJ’s early days in the league, the Air Jordan 31 arrives in a Chicago-inspired colorway.
Taking after its high-top relative, The Australian release of LeBron XIII Low is a light, strong basketball shoe with a locked-down fit and explosive cushioning. This sleek low-top blue rendition will feel lighter on the court with Nike Zoom Air units at the forefoot delivering incredibly responsive cushioning that bounces back and powers your next move. A visible Air Max Air 180 in the heel offers shock absorption for hard landings, finished with a one-piece mesh inner sleeve for sock-like comfort, zoned support and flexibility.
Australians can now grab there hands on a pair of Air Jordan 3 Retro OG “True Blue” makes its return in 2016, this time with a remastered twist. The “Nike Air” logo on the heel cements the shoe’s classic feel. The pristine white premium leather upper matches nicely with True Blue and Fire Red detailing throughout the midsole and tongue.