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Nike Women's Volley Zoom Hyperspike Volleyball Shoe - Dick's Sporting Goods

Nike Women's Volley Zoom Hyperspike Volleyball Shoe

Item Number: 20752156
Price: $114.99
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Taking your game to new heights, the Nike® Volley Zoom Hyperspike volleyball shoe will keep your competition guessing. Featuring Flywire technology and a Phylon midsole, the Hyperspike provides lock-down comfort with exceptional protection. Coming off an aggressive hit, the Zoom units in the forefoot absorb impact and allow you to quickly set-up for your next attack. The rubber outsole has a modified pattern for traction on all surfaces.

FEATURES:

  • Synthetic upper is lightweight and supportive
  • Flywire 3.0 technology offers a lockdown fit, reducing irritation and slipping
  • Phylon midsole for additional impact protection
  • Cushioning provided by a Nike Zoom unit in forefoot, responsive and lightweight
  • Rubber outsole with a modified pattern grips all surfaces
  • Style: 585763-016
  • Nike


Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love them Bought them as a surprise for my daughter. I felt like most volleyball shoes don't hVe enough cushion. So when is seen these I was excited she absolutely loves them and treats them better than any shoes she's ever had. She said they fit perfect. No rubbing anywhere. January 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cool Reviews My daughter said they fit great and has the coolest shoes on the court. September 9, 2013
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