Nike Hyperposite “Statue of Liberty”

August 17, 2012 | 9

The stage is set for “The Battle of the Boroughs Championship” game in New York City via Nike’s Rivington Court. The Nike Hyperdunk 2011 model was used last year, and now each of the two teams will get their own special NYC-inspired colorways for the futuristic Nike Hyperposite model. One of the teams will rock this Statue of Liberty-inspired mint green colorway.

It will have a similar look to the SB Dunk High version. The mint green upper is complemented with rust brown accents throughout the shoe to mimic copper undertones. It’s also equipped with an image of the statue from the insole to give it a NYC stamp of approval.

Look for the Nike Hyperposite Crystil Mint/Metallic Copper Coin to drop sometime in November. In the meantime, check out the rest of the images below. via SN

About the Author (Author Profile)

Senior Editor for TheShoeGame.com Twitter: @FootSole_ja & Instagram: @alexthagr8_tsg
  • atgbryan

    liberty dunks>these

  • http://theshoegame.ning.com LG

    Dunks are weak

  • http://theshoegame.com/ AlexThaGr8

    This colorway is not bad at all. I like the concept even more.

  • aSh

    Liberty dunks are the ish!!!! But these are the first hyperposite I will buy…. F-N FRESH!!!!

  • http://google size12whut?

    things are a bit brrrrriiiiggggghhhhhhhttttttttt!

  • Sek

    I wouldn’t wear em but they are nice. Better than the dunks that share the same colorway

  • Guess Who?

    Nice shoe hope retail isn’t up there though

  • sirfreshalot

    tuff

  • Supa B

    yeah, i’ll take the liberty dunks over these any day….