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Nike Hyperfuse Men's Trainers

Playing a key part in Nike's stable of running trainer lines, Nike Hyperfuse men's trainers are an unusually sturdy shoe with superior breathability. They're made by fusing three different layers of material using a hot-melt process, which almost completely eliminates stitching on the upper for a clean, modern finish.

The base layer is made from synthetic material to provide a supportive backing, mesh in the middle part is designed to maximise airflow, and a durable top layer of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) film means they'll survive run after run, after run. Nike calls this triple-layering system "Hyperfuse technology".

For runners, they're extremely lightweight, with plenty of support for the foot and ankle thanks to the zonal stability in critical areas over the footbed.

Other Nike running trainers

Nike Huperfuse are just one of dozens of hugely popular trainers that Nike manufactures, with each having their own unique characteristics.

One of the only styles of Nike trainers not to feature the brand's "Swoosh" logo on the side, Nike Huarache have an inner sock that provides comfort and support for runners - with a "fit like a glove" feel. These are also a popular fashion trainer with adolescents.

Nike Roshe Run share the lightweight benefits of Hyperfuse, while also proving incredibly fashionable for people who like to wear trainers with jeans or tracksuit bottoms when not training.

Famous for appearing in the Forrest Gump movie, Nike Cortez began life as a track trainer and is now retro running royalty, available in a range of colours, and in nylon and leather.

A sports mega brand

Nike, Inc is one of the world's leading sports footwear and apparel suppliers, with more than 44,000 employees worldwide. The company was founded in 1964, taking its name from the Greek goddess of victory.

Aside from its high quality products, Nike's popularity is also attributed to the many high-profile athletes and sports teams around the world that it sponsors.

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