On Air Max 270, There are still a ton of question marks surrounding Kyrie Irving‘s future in the league given that he has been openly reluctant about receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, but if there’s anything basketball-related that is for certain, it’s that Nike still has intentions of rolling out his next signature shoe: the Kyrie 8. Every year, the shifty point guard always cooks up multiple colorways that are dedicated to WNBA superstar Sue Bird under the “Keep Sue Fresh” moniker, and the first iteration has now popped up.
As one of the most popular lineages in both the NBA and your local church league, the Nike Kyrie Low 8 will be one of the most anticipated performance debuts of the year, despite Kyrie’s initial distaste for the design.the pair is popped with vibrant swatches of blue and red that capture the theme. Ut does so quite literally at the tongue, where a flaming ice cube in said hues rests on the left shoe. Each foot alternates between accents, with blue forefoot foxing on the left opposed by red on the right, forefoot tread alternating between feet, and so on. All of this is set against a simple black and white base sneaker, complete with a slew of iridescent hits at the heel, eyestays, and tongues to complete the design.
This Nike Air Force 1 07 SE Premium Black Reflect Silver is maintained but thanks to this luxurious upgrade, it becomes even more eye-catching.Comprised of a black patent leather upper, the shoe features matte leather overlays and ‘Reflect Silver’ detailing. The low-cut silhouette has perforations on the toe box for ventilation, and the sneaker’s design is finished with the Nike Air cushioning that Bruce Kilgore introduced in 1982.A rigid tongue keeps the foot locked in place whilst OG AF1 branding is stamped throughout. A set of matching laces are included and the addition of a white midsole manages to balance the look underfoot.