When one of Nike’s most popular silhouettes of recent times, meets the breathable and stable fabric of Hyperfuse, you’ve essentially got yourself a trainer perfectly made for kicking about in some decent weather or even some physical activities. So what we’re say is the Nike Roshe One Hyperfuse is the trainer you need this summer.
History of Hyperfuse
Nike has been evolving the fundamental form of footwear since the Moon shoe first debuted back in 1972. What began as a traditional process of hand-sewn running shoes has evolved into an automated, heat pressurised system that allows for the most efficient use of modern materials.
The case was no different when Nike designers introduced Hyperfuse technology in 2010 to their basketball shoes selection. After witnessing the extreme wear-and-tear on footwear on the blacktop basketball courts of Beijing, the design team over at Nike decided to employ the innovation to create a breathable, stable and resilient basketball shoe called the Nike Hyperfuse. The “Hyperfuse” name soon evolved from a shoe technology, as other sports looked to incorporate the lightweight and breathable benefits that the process delivered.
How does it work?
Hyperfuse creates a durable composite material composed of three layers; one for stability, one for breathability and the third for durability. All three layers are fused together using heat and pressure to create a level of precision unattainable via traditional cut-and-sew methods. The unibody design results in lightweight, breathable footwear. The process has also created a new look, one that “opened up” the overlays of the shoe to see through it.
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Nike Roshe One Hyperfuse
So just when you were thinking the Nike Roshe couldn’t get any better, they’ve only gone and done it haven’t they. Pairing up the already lightweight, flexible silhouette with the sheer breathability of the Hyperfuse technology and you’ve got yourself a trainer that’s going to be both excellent on the eyes and on the feet this summer.