The Nike Hyperquick: Nike's new volleyball shoe for those on a budget

A shoe priced under $100 is hard to come by, but that's where Nike's new Hyperquick silhouette joins the fray.
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Nike is a sneaker giant, that goes without question. Whether it's basketball shoes, trainers, running shoes, lifestyle sneakers, and even breakdancing shoes as of late, Nike is sure to have you covered with top-class silhouettes. But there's another market Nike has entered as of late, the sport of volleyball, and more specifically the introduction of their Hyperquick model. This shoe is sure to have people raving in more ways than one, as its more than affordable price tag of $75 is an uncommon sight to see in today's economy.

If you're not trying to break the bank, the new Nike Hyperquick might be the perfect court shoe for you!

The shoes feature comprehensive foam cushioning and a rugged rubber outsole, designed to handle the quick, precise movements characteristic of volleyball. It's no surprise that Nike's Basketball division has had a significant influence on the design, given that volleyball is also played on a hard court surface. In fact, basketball shoes have been a popular choice for volleyball players when other options are not available, thanks to their proven performance and reliability.

As the Nike official website suggests in the "How This Was Made" sub-section: "This product was responsibly designed utilizing recycled materials from post-consumer and/or post-manufactured waste. One of our biggest steps on our journey to zero carbon and zero waste is in choosing our materials because they account for more than 70% of any product’s footprint. By reusing existing plastics, yarns, and textiles, we significantly reduce our emissions. Our goal is to use as much recycled materials as possible without compromising on performance, durability and style."

Finding court shoes seems to be the trend as of late, and these new Hyperquick's can certainly serve its purpose across any hardcourt activity. Plus, there are four distinct colorways for consumers to choose from. There is a "White/Pure Platinum/Valor Blue" variant for someone looking for the perfect hot weather court shoe. There's a "White/Photon Dust/Metallic Silver" offering for anyone who wants to tone it down with a classic white set of footwear. A silhouette in "White/Black/Gum" for that retro-looking court shoe vibe. And finally, "Black/Flat Silver/White" for anyone that wants a majority black-upper court shoe with complimentary underlays.

The new Nike Hyperquick is still available in various unisex sizes and colors on and select in-store retailers. With the 2024 Paris Olympics on the horizon, it might serve as the answer to Nike dishing out this new sneaker creation on the market, as Nike-sponsored volleyball athletes may be donning the Hyperquicks in the global showcase.