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On Show Today Were The Nike Hyperdunk

Posted Jul 10 2012 8:10am

We have you shared you the news that Nike had unleashed its latest apps on the public nike skyline shoes realm – Nike Basketball and Nike Training.

On show today were the Nike Hyperdunk, which were first unveiled a couple of weeks back. They’re not cheap though – around $250/£190 is what you can expect to pay for these gems, and that obviously includes the little chips and cables needed to ensure your shoes are synced with your iPhone and/or computer.

We also got to try out the new Nike Training shoes cheap nike air max 2011 which are geared more towards general workouts than shooting hoops.

The shoes let you know how high, quick and hard you play. It’s easy to see how these can become addictive – even if you lose a game of b-ball, you can retrospectively ‘challenge’ your buddies by analyzing and comparing your vital stats to separate the slackers from the superheroes.

We wore the Nike Lunar TR1 nike air max 97 shoes, where we skipped, jumped and sprinted on the spot to try and beat the competition. Thanks to a giant screen that displayed the iPhone data, we could easily see how we were faring against each other.

More specifically, Barkley took an interesting stance on Nike’s nike air max command innovations in the tech space, noting that to be the best you can be at any given (sporting) discipline, you have to know how you’re performing before you can improve. In other words, you have to compete against yourself.

During a series of presentations in London today, one point became abundantly clear. Nike is continuing in its quest to take its tech from the lab where superstar athletes have typically worked with the sports giant to improve their performance, and embed this tech in the public domain: in shoes sold in the local mall.

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