Nike CEO Mark Parker announced the new award in a Thursday revenue ring, noting that the cheaper version of the shoe will also mark the line's movement in performance basketball shoes, reports SoleCollector.
The original version of the Hyperadapt spins upusing a sensor in the heel to tighten and buttons on the side to further adjust the fit.
The price of $ 350 is a significant cut for the Hyperadapt line as it moves into the basketball arena. But let's be clear: this is still a premium price. In comparison, Nike's Lebron 16 basketball shoe costs $ 185 in the US and you can certainly shop to get cheaper sports shoes.
But hey, at least you can feel like Marty McFly for less than you pay for most phones.
Nike did not immediately respond to a request for comment.