The Nike Hyperdunk+ basketball shoe features Flywire technology that is strong, yet dynamic and lightweight, providing an adaptive fit and excellent lockdown through the midfoot. Engineered foam and mesh on the upper is lightweight and breathable and helps provide long-lasting wear. Synthetic heel clip works with the Flywire technology to enhance lockdown and support. Articulated collar provides optimal flexibility and lateral stability for the heel and ankle. Open mesh tongue and full innersleeve provide lightweight ventilation and a snug, comfortable fit. Basketball-specific Lunarlon foam cushioning under the heel and forefoot provides a soft yet responsive ride. Lightweight injected Phylon™ carrier houses the Lunarlon foam for additional impact cushioning and it wraps up higher in key areas for enhanced lateral stability and durability. 3D-shaped, glass-reinforced composite midfoot shank offers torsional rigidity and responsiveness. Nike+ enabled in the midsole. Solid rubber outsole provides durability and traction on a variety of surfaces. Modified traction pattern and a forefoot pivot circle on the outsole enhance multidirectional traction. High-wrapping lateral outrigger provides stability for hard cuts. Requires purchasing the Nike+ E-Kit in order to make the shoe Nike+ ready.
What is the difference between using an ipod vs iphone?
I heard that there were some disadvantages in using the ipod with the nike hyperdunk + with sport kit. What is the difference in using the ipod vs the iphone?
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Nike KD V - Men's
The Nike KD V basketball shoe features a durable Hyperfuse construction composite upper that's coupled with an integrated stretch lacing system. Injected Phylon™ midsole with integrated heel clip provides excellent lockdown and stability. Max Air™ heel cushioning and forefoot Nike Zoom™ unit. Lightweight, multi directional, flexible solid rubber outsole gives traction.
When will these shoes be restocked?
These shoes are all out of sizes, only having size 8.5 left. When will the other shoe sizes be back in stock?