Released back in November 2016, the last colorway of the
The multicolored digi-pattern HyperAdapt is offered in red and yellow hues as well as tropical camo. The moire HyperAdapt incorporates a wavy effect in red and white elevating the shoe. Moire fabric which resembles wood grain is produced by specific textile weaves often using polyester, nylon or rayon. The design is most often seen on a “shemagh” or scarf originating in the Middle East and rising to eminence as a symbol for Palestinian nationalism. Today, it serves as a fashion statement.
Of course, Nike continues self-lacing technology and black accents complementing the heels with a white midsole for contrasting effect.
While there’s no word on a release date, expect limited quantities and an expensive price range. Keep your eyes peeled for these vibrant adaptations. For other newness, check out Nike’s latest Flyknit Trainer.