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Ariaprene Scores at the 2016 NBA All-Star Game


The 46th annual NBA All-Star Game saw a record level of scoring with 369 combined points from East and West , as well as a memorable final all-star performance by Kobe Bryant. The game also showcased Nike’s most advanced sneakers to date, equipping the NBA’s best athletes with the highest performance footwear on the market.


(Nike HyperRev 2016. Image source:

Al Horford, DeMarcus Cousins and Draymond Green sported the Nike HyperRev 2016 with bold, individualized upper patterns. The HyperRev is designed for quick attack, featuring a full-length mesh upper with a supportive Ariaprene collar.


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Pistons center Andre Drummond was seen in a set of Jordan Rising High sneakers with a sleek, simplified design. Diamond-shaped perforations on the upper and Ariaprene collar enhance the shoe’s breathability and comfort.


(Nike Jordan Super.Fly 4 PO. Image source:

The Jordan Super.Fly 4 PO provided speed and power for Portland Trail Blazers’ LaMarcus Aldridge. A foam-backed Ariaprene upper gives the Super.Fly 4 its lightweight performance and superior impact protection.

The HyperRev 2016, Jordan Rising High and Jordan Super.Fly 4 are available now at the Nike website. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to see more Ariaprene in action on the court and beyond.

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