Nike Release Dates: Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit ‘Oreo’ & ‘Unlimited’ Price, Where To Buy, More Details

Nike Release Dates: Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit ‘Oreo’ & ‘Unlimited’ Price, Where To Buy, More Details
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High-top lovers, get ready for two new colorways of the Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit. If you think the white version looks too bland, then you might want to check out the Oreo and Unlimited colorways of Nike’s latest team shoe.


The Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit launched two weeks ago in the White/Crimson/Obsidian colorway. The shoe was popularly worn by Paul George during Team USA’s recently-concluded exhibition campaign against Argentina, China, Venezuela and Nigeria.

As the American squad gets ready to travel to Rio, Nike recently announced it will be releasing two new colorways of the Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit this week. The Oreo and Unlimited colorways will be available to general consumers via the Nike SNKRS app starting this Thursday, August 4.

Sole Collector noted that the Oreo colorway features a full Flynit-woven upper tinted in white, black and grey. The white midsole includes a black Nike swoosh, while the translucent blue outsole slightly overlaps to the toe area.

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On the other hand, the Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Unlimited has a black Flyknit-woven upper with Brazil-inspired accents on the midsole. The exterior heel cup is dyed in pink while the midsole is colored in pink, orange and bright green. The Flywire laces on the lateral side of the shoe are tinted in bright green while the medial side Flywire laces are in pink.

Both the new colorways of the Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit will retail for $200. The Oreo colorway released exclusively at NikeLab stores in June 27, 2016.

As far as performance is concerned, the Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit features full-length Zoom Air. The shoe provides adequate impact protection for bigger players, while crafty guards will have enough responsiveness without feeling too mushy on their feet.

Shoe reviewer Jahronmon pointed out that the Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit has a multi-directional blade-like pattern on the outsole. While it isn’t the squeakiest traction setup in the market today, it still gets the job done for both indoor and outdoor hoopers.

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