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Train Smarter With the Nike Hyperdunk+

July 22, 2012

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Improved Nike+ training technology that allows you to track how hard and fast you train officially rolled out for Nike Basketball several weeks ago. Now you can use the technology to take your training further with the 2012 Nike Hyperdunk+, a revolutionary new shoe showcased at the Nike World Basketball Festival.

By popping a Nike+ sensor into each sole, you can wirelessly sync the pressure points in your foot to the app on your phone. Leave your phone in the locker room or on the sidelines; the program will track your performance throughout your workout on the court with three measurements—vertical, quickness and hustle—and provide a cumulative score in terms of "NikeFuel" points. When you’re through, you’ll not only be able to view your scores (and a graph that traces your workout intensity), you’ll also be able to share your scores (and dunk videos) on your social network.

The Nike+ Basketball app is free with a Hyperdunk purchase. The shoe is available at Nike.com and select retailers for $250.  Scroll through the photos below to check out the 2012 Hyperdunk+, on display at the Nike WBF in Washington D.C., and watch the videos for a complete breakdown of the new Nike+ technology.

Hyperdunk

Hyperdunk App

Hyperdunk at the Nike WBFNike Plus Basketball App

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Maddy Lucier
- As an associate editor for STACK, Maddy creates lifestyle, social media, gear and nutrition content for our audience of athletes. She played volleyball and basketball...
Maddy Lucier
- As an associate editor for STACK, Maddy creates lifestyle, social media, gear and nutrition content for our audience of athletes. She played volleyball and basketball...
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