FirstCuts: Nike Hyperdunk Arrives to the Masses

Rich "MaZe" Lopez ↵is the founder and editor-in-chief of KixAndTheCity.com. Lopez will ↵keep your feet fresh every weekend with the latest release info. E-mail ↵him at info@kixandthecity.com.
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After an immense build up, including a trip Back to the Future and the creation of a Hyperdunk Hotline, the Nike Hyperdunk is set to officially release this Saturday, July 26th. On tap for this release are the Olympic/International Nike Hyperdunks, the PE Olympic Nike Hyperunks, and the GR "Olympic" and "Blackout" Nike Hyperdunks.
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↵Select Nike accounts, including the House of Hoops by Foot Locker Harlem, and select NikeTowns, will release the "International Olympic" and PE Nike Hyperdunks, including: Australia, Russia, Spain/Pau, Lithuania, Puerto Rico, Germany/Dirk, Argentina/Manu amd China/Yi. ↵

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↵In addition, Nike Basketball accounts will release the GR Olympic and Blackout Nike Hyperdunk as well. ↵

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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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