Like in prior seasons, Klay Thompson stuck with the Nike Hyperdunk line during the 2012-13 NBA season.
The Nike Hyperdunk 2012 was the every position shoe. It featured exposed Flywire strands on the sides, providing a closer fit. This sneaker went back to the origins of the 2008 version with Lunarlon used instead of Zoom Air, helping the shoe reduce weight without sacrificing the cushioning. The Hyperdunk 2011 also had an optional electronic NikePlus chip that allowed you to trace how high you could jump.
Klay ended the 2012 season increasing his point average to 16.6, with the Warriors more than doubling their win total from 23 to 47. The upstart Splash Brothers would soon shock the 3-seed Denver Nuggets and advance to the second round against the always-contending San Antonio Spurs. While the Dubs would end up losing that series, Klay showed out with an impressive 34-point performance in the Hyperdunk 2012.