Two more Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit colorways are about to debut this week – the Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Oreo and the Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Unlimited.
Both models will be widely available in the market via the Nike SNKRS app starting on Thursday (August 4). The Oreo colorway was first released in June 2016 exclusively at NikeLab stores.
Both the new Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit colorways cost $200 a pair.
Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Oreo
This Oreo-looking colorway features a full Flynit-woven upper in white, black, and grey. The midsole features a black Nike swoosh. More black accents are feature across the heel and laces. A translucent blue outsole that slightly overlaps to the toe area finishes the look.
The Oreo also has extended sock collar for extra support and comfort.
Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Unlimited
If you are Nike fans who loves colors, this one is definitely for you. It has a black Flyknit-woven upper and a Brazil-inspired accent on the midsole. The heel cup is dominated by color pink. The midsole, on the other hand, is bursting with pink, orange and bright green colors. The Unlimited laces are also tinted in two colors – bright green on one side and pink on the other.
The Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Unlimited has drown inspiration from the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics. It is expected that this new Nike colorway will be worn by many athletes in the year’s competition in Brazil.
Nike recently announced their Unlimited Collection for the 2016 Rio Olympics with several new models, Sneaker News reported. The brand has also dropped Nike KD 9 Pre-Heat and Nike Kyrie 2 sneakers recently.
The new Kevin Durant’s Nike KD 9 Pre-Heat kicks has with a wolf grey colorway, a pink outsole, and a silver swoosh. Kyrie Irving’s new Kyrie 2 Kyrache, on the other hand, offers a bit more colors. The design was inspired by the iconic 1992 Nike Air Flight Huarache.