2018年05月03日

Nike Kobe NXT 360 Performance Review

Who needs a bag when you have the Nike Kobe NXT 360? These shoes are super portable — just roll them up, throw them in your pocket, and go.

The Kobe NXT 360 features a translucent nubby traction pattern, and that’s all it is. Who cares about how the traction looks right? You all want to know how the stuff performs.

The traction it wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t the best either. On dirty courts, the shoe tends to be the kick it spot for dust; a legit dust party was happening underneath my Kobe NXT 360s, which caused some ice skating here and there. Definitely wasn’t a fan of that, especially for $200.

If you play on extremely terrible court conditions, do not buy the Kobe NXT 360. However, on ordinary courts that most of us play on you will be fine after the traction breaks in. Dust will still stick, and some wiping will need to occur, but it will be very minimal. Don’t expect this traction to be Kobe 9 good because you will be disappointed.
The cushion was by far my favorite part of the Kobe NXT 360. You get a drop-in midsole that features Lunarlon foam along outer edge for structure and support. Plush React foam is used at the center of the midsole for that feel-good softness.

At first I was a bit skeptical about this setup because the last React cushioning system I tested was pretty trash (Hyperdunk 2017). However, that was not the case for the Kobe NXT 360. This cushion was fire — and this dual-density foam has become my favorite cushioning set up of all time. The comfort is there, the impact protection is there, the court feel is there — the stuff is just amazing.

If I’m walking around or standing around the cushion it’s plush and somewhat bouncy. If I apply any force, whether it’s running, jumping, or cutting, it doesn’t matter — the cushion stiffens up a bit, so I don’t sink into to the midsole, and becomes a bit more bouncy. It’s almost as if the React is actually reacting.

Now for the materials. 360-degrees of Flyknit equals one word: bomb. This thin material is so durable and supportive it’s mind boggling because it’s like nothing is there. The Flyknit doesn’t stretch much due to the heating process that sets it, but because it wraps beneath the foot (360-degrees) it moves with you so well I honestly don’t have anything negative to say it. I’m almost speechless when it comes to materials in the Kobe NXT 360 — the stuff was that good.

The fit of the Kobe NXT 360 is a bit longer up front, and depending on how you wear your kicks, some people may want to go down half-size. Players who like the wiggle room for your toes should stay true to size.

Widefooters: I’m sorry, but this shoe just isn’t for y’all. No disrespect to the wide-footers out there, but if y’all squeeze in this shoe it’s going be very uncomfortable for you. For starters, people with wide feet tend to make shoes flatter than usual because the shoe is stretching out width wise. Being that this Kobe is already so low to the ground, a wide-footer might as well be hooping barefoot because this shoe can’t get any flatter.

Lockdown was like a vacuumed sealed bag, but with tons of airflow, and I wasn’t going anywhere. I did have to re-lace the Kobe NXT 360 a few times, but once the materials broke in and took the shape of my foot I was able to dial in the lockdown the way I wanted.
Without the drop-in midsole, the support is nowhere to be found. Once the midsole is in place the support will become incredible. What I’m trying to say here is all of your support is mainly coming from the drop-in the midsole, which cups the entire foot to give you some excellent containment.

Beneath the midsole you will find a transparent shank plate for stability. An external heel counter also found its way onto the 360’s and does a damn good job at cradling the heel and locking it down. Flyknit 360 is the icing on the cake because it wraps the drop-in midsole and the foot for added support. What a fantastic experience.
Overall, the Kobe NXT 360 is the best Kobe shoe since the Nike LeBron Soldier 12, in my opinion. The traction isn’t as good as the Kobe 9, but I don’t care because everything else makes up for the just slightly above average traction. Plus, you can roll the shoes up and put them in your pocket.

The Kobe NXT 360 is fire — and that’s jordans for all I have to say.  


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2017年09月18日

Air Jordan 20 Retro Performance Review


I first began playing in two different pairs of original Air Jordan XX’s… that wasn’t the best idea as that shoe apparently doesn’t age well. The translucent rubber used on the herringbone pods get slick with age while the IPS cushion system become hard over time, which caused quite a bit of pain during and after playing in the shoe. Not sure why, but that’s what ended up happening. The new pair from this year (2015), however, was good to go, and that is what I will base my review on. So, I would not recommend playing in a pair of OG’s. You can if you’d like too… but you won’t see me do it again.

Traction – When you first look at the traction provided, you can’t help but think that you’re going to receive some awesome traction with harringbone in place. Unfortunately, that wasn’t always the case. The herringbone is inconsistent, and gets clogged with debris easily. A quick wipe will help with all of that, but it still remains inconsistent overall. Surprisingly enough, the exterior sections of the outsole that feature no herringbone performed best. It’s not often that I wish a shoe didn’t have herringbone, but this is one of those times. Just so you’re not confusing things… inconsistent doesn’t translate into ‘bad’ traction… its just not consistently good/ great. So they get the job done, for the most part, but they do leave you wanting a bit more. Of course a pristine court would change all of this, but I don’t have the luxury of playing on that type of floor often… and I assume you don’t either.

Cushion – IPS – Independent Podular Suspension – is an interesting cushion, and I enjoy the hell out of it when it’s new. If you aren’t familiar with IPS, its basically a dual density foam system. You have the Phylon midsole with strategically placed pods of foam that are a little softer than the Phylon. Each pod has a few millimeters of space between it and the Phylon, and they protrude out of the shoe a few milliliters as well. So when you strike the floor, impact is absorbed and you’ll receive a slight bounce or response when pressure is relieved. The Air Jordan XXX2 was the first time the system was utilized, so while its nice on these, it gets better the further you get down the line of Air Jordan’s until you reach the air jordan 13 – the last time IPS was used in an Air Jordan signature model.

When the cushion is new, its amazing. It works as advertised, and if I had to compare it to something… it sort of feels like walking on marshmallow pillars. Actually, thats sort of what the system is. Think of each pod as a marshmallow. You step on it, and it will compress then bounce back into shape. Pretty cool; right?

Now, like I mentioned above, the cushion doesn’t age well… sort of like a marshmallow. They’ll eventually get firm and lose their bounce. So, if you don’t want to shell out the money for a new pair of XX’s, you can try to find the 2008 CountDown Pack version (they’re always priced well below retail on kd10sale.com) or possibly try locating a pair of Jordan Icons. Google those if you don’t know what I’m talking about.  


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2017年09月15日

Look at the air jordan 32 deconstructed

Look at the air jordan 32 deconstructed

The Air Jordan 32 ‘Rosso Corsa’ releases later this month and today we’re taking look at what it’s made of.

The Air Jordan 32 is one of the more anticipated models that we at kd10sale.com can’t wait to play in and that’s because it seems to offer a little bit of everything.

Large Zoom Air units, found beneath the forefoot and heel, measure 11mm thick and 13mm thick, respectively. However, only the forefoot unit has been implemented as Unlocked Zoom Air (where nothing surrounds the unit) so that’ll be the only thing between your forefoot and the hardwood.

The heel unit appears to be bottom loaded so this area should feel similar to the drop-in midsoles that have been featured in the Kobe A.D. NXT and Kobe 11 Elite.

There is a Pebax (TPE) moderator plate running along most of the footbed internally; it should stabilize the ride up front so you don’t sink too far into the Zoom unit and pop it. This type of setup has become somewhat traditional in the annual Air Jordan since the Air Jordan XX8.

The upper is comprised of Flyknit and it’s backed with multiple layers of nylon and padding. Air flow may be significantly reduced with all of these layers and the fabric within will likely soak up a lot of moisture that ends up building up inside the shoe. This became a problem with my Air Jordan XX9s eventually because the shoe (which is built like a sock) ended up smelling like old dirty gym shorts after a couple of months worth of use.

It looks like you’ll be unable to replace/change the laces if they were to break — not something I’m really a fan of. They were hidden for aesthetic purposes, according to Tate Kuerbis, the Air Jordan 32’s designer.

Something FastPass didn’t cover is the collar area, which is supposed to be comprised of luxurious suede according to Jordan Brand. I would have liked to see if this is actually the case or if Jordan opted to take the synthetic route again.

Enjoy the deconstruction of the Air Jordan 32 and feel free to share your thoughts on the model below. Are you excited to play in a pair or do you have your eyes set on something else?  


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2017年06月01日

Nike KD 10 still kd Performance Review


Traction – Looks can be deceiving. While the circular pattern looks amazing and should have taken care of multidirectional coverage like no other, the grip was inconsistent on a regular basis — making the Nike KD 10 still kd consistently inconsistent.

The outsole plays very well outdoors, which is a plus, but it wasn’t designed with durability in mind. After only a few outdoor hoop sessions my frayed outsole looks like corn before it’s shucked. Or is it after it’s been shucked? You know all those weird hairy fibers inside the corn husk? That’s what I’m trying to say.

At any rate, there are talks that the initial colorways of the Nike KD 10 have lackluster traction while future colorways will have a slightly improved rubber compound. I’m not sure how true that is and if it is true it isn’t something that should happen — it makes the reviews inaccurate and it confuses consumers as to what colorways offer decent traction. Air Jordan XXXI anyone?

All I can do is share my experiences with the product I wore. In this circumstance, the traction on both of my KD 10s — yes, I have two pairs in two different sizes — just didn’t work out for me.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review cushion

Cushion – Full-length Max Zoom Air is back and it’s a bit firmer than it was the last time around. Don’t be put off when trying on the Nike KD 10 because you don’t feel the bounce right away like you might have with the KD 9. The 10s take a bit of breaking in before you can feel the responsiveness.

From a functional standpoint, the cushion here offers the same thing that the KD 9 did: the best impact protection Nike currently has available. Oh, and it’s still articulated in the forefoot so you can move about the court without too much restriction. I love the cushion and I hope its durability issues have been resolved. Not that I popped any of my pairs, but I know a few people that have — and I have received countless emails and DMs about other people’s pairs popping.

I think Nike has a great thing going with this type of Zoom Air and I hope it’s appreciated by the masses.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review materials

Materials – Flyknit, Flyknit everywhere. I love the materials that were used on the Nike KD 10, I just don’t love how they performed. Although, I believe it was a combination of the materials used and the lacing system that wound up causing my disappointment.

You have Flyknit from heel to toe on the Nike KD 10 and it’s infused with TPU threads — much like the Nike Kobe 11 Elite. Heat was applied to stress zones and the toebox area to weld the TPU and knit together for strength and durability. This causes a bit of a disconnect between the material and the foot, but it felt really nice overall.

The area that features 100% Flyknit is the tongue and collar. You can get these babies on and off your feet without issue, whereas the KD 9 was a bit of a struggle. By a bit of a struggle I mean they were an added workout to your daily regimen.

While being a knit, the Nike KD 10 is durable as hell which is something most people will appreciate. Containment could have been a lot better than it was, which brings me to the next topic.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review fit

Fit – Go down 1/2 size. Seriously. Wide footers, you’ll be good going true to size without needing to size up, but everyone else, go down 1/2 size. The disconnect I discussed above creates a bit of volume around the foot and when you have a knitted upper that isn’t something you want.

However, lockdown is the main culprit. Heel lockdown was great; the lacing system worked really well with the internal heel counter and heavily padded heel.

The midfoot lockdown was atrocious. Having the lacing sit at the bottom of the foot sounds great but when it’s coupled with a super stretchy midfoot section, lateral containment goes out the window. When I’d try to compensate for the lack of containment by tightening the lacing, those loops would pull and dig into the bottom of my feet. Not only was this painful, but it didn’t work.

Using a setup like this really has me appreciating the current method of lacing — nylon loops that run down the foot and attach at the footbed. You’re able to properly tighten sections of the shoe where you need it — at the throat, whether it be at the midfoot, forefoot, or heel — all while the nylon strands act as suspension, bridging the gap between the top of the foot and the bottom of the foot. The KD 10’s lacing system only covered the suspension aspect but not the top of the foot/throat synching that a lot of players prefer.

If you’re a player that plays the game pretty straight then you may never feel or notice this. If you’re a spot up shooter, you may never notice this. Being small, I have to maneuver around the court and get open. Using screens is my best option in most cases and when tightly turning around my screen my foot felt like it was sliding over the footbed. This caused a delay in my shot as I’d then have to try and quickly readjust my footing when I typically don’t have an issue if lateral containment is solid.

Things were just a little too sloppy for me and I prefer the way the KD 9 contained my foot.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review support

Support – If each component of a shoe doesn’t flow together and act as one then you’ll never form Voltron. Er, you’ll never find balance.

The heel area worked beautifully, but the midfoot left much to be desired. That lack of midfoot containment caused a sloppy fit which reduced the support offered. Had those nylon lace loops rode up the sidewall of the shoe a bit more, well, then you’d have the KD 9 Elite, and you likely wouldn’t have had a sloppy fit. Despite the base of the shoe being a solid platform, it just wasn’t enough to say these are cutting it in the support department. The pieces are there, they just don’t work well together.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review overall

Overall – The Nike KD 9 was an amazing shoe. The Nike KD 10 was almost an amazing shoe. It looks amazing, but it suffered in a few areas due to the bold new design.

If you don’t require a ton of lateral containment then you may enjoy these — they just weren’t for me. That isn’t a bad thing because no shoe is made for every person. However, helping you find the shoe that was made for you is why we’re here.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review scorecard

Traction – Looks can be deceiving. While the circular pattern looks amazing and should have taken care of multidirectional coverage like no other, the grip was inconsistent on a regular basis — making the Nike KD 10 consistently inconsistent.

The outsole plays very well outdoors, which is a plus, but it wasn’t designed with durability in mind. After only a few outdoor hoop sessions my frayed outsole looks like corn before it’s shucked. Or is it after it’s been shucked? You know all those weird hairy fibers inside the corn husk? That’s what I’m trying to say.

At any rate, there are talks that the initial colorways of the Nike KD 10 have lackluster traction while future colorways will have a slightly improved rubber compound. I’m not sure how true that is and if it is true it isn’t something that should happen — it makes the reviews inaccurate and it confuses consumers as to what colorways offer decent traction. Air Jordan XXXI anyone?

All I can do is share my experiences with the product I wore. In this circumstance, the traction on both of my KD 10s — yes, I have two pairs in two different sizes — just didn’t work out for me.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review cushion

Cushion – Full-length Max Zoom Air is back and it’s a bit firmer than it was the last time around. Don’t be put off when trying on the Nike KD 10 because you don’t feel the bounce right away like you might have with the KD 9. The 10s take a bit of breaking in before you can feel the responsiveness.

From a functional standpoint, the cushion here offers the same thing that the KD 9 did: the best impact protection Nike currently has available. Oh, and it’s still articulated in the forefoot so you can move about the court without too much restriction. I love the cushion and I hope its durability issues have been resolved. Not that I popped any of my pairs, but I know a few people that have — and I have received countless emails and DMs about other people’s pairs popping.

I think Nike has a great thing going with this type of Zoom Air and I hope it’s appreciated by the masses.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review materials

Materials – Flyknit, Flyknit everywhere. I love the materials that were used on the Nike KD 10, I just don’t love how they performed. Although, I believe it was a combination of the materials used and the lacing system that wound up causing my disappointment.

You have Flyknit from heel to toe on the Nike KD 10 and it’s infused with TPU threads — much like the Nike Kobe 11 Elite. Heat was applied to stress zones and the toebox area to weld the TPU and knit together for strength and durability. This causes a bit of a disconnect between the material and the foot, but it felt really nice overall.

The area that features 100% Flyknit is the tongue and collar. You can get these babies on and off your feet without issue, whereas the KD 9 was a bit of a struggle. By a bit of a struggle I mean they were an added workout to your daily regimen.

While being a knit, the Nike KD 10 is durable as hell which is something most people will appreciate. Containment could have been a lot better than it was, which brings me to the next topic.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review fit

Fit – Go down 1/2 size. Seriously. Wide footers, you’ll be good going true to size without needing to size up, but everyone else, go down 1/2 size. The disconnect I discussed above creates a bit of volume around the foot and when you have a knitted upper that isn’t something you want.

However, lockdown is the main culprit. Heel lockdown was great; the lacing system worked really well with the internal heel counter and heavily padded heel.

The midfoot lockdown was atrocious. Having the lacing sit at the bottom of the foot sounds great but when it’s coupled with a super stretchy midfoot section, lateral containment goes out the window. When I’d try to compensate for the lack of containment by tightening the lacing, those loops would pull and dig into the bottom of my feet. Not only was this painful, but it didn’t work.

Using a setup like this really has me appreciating the current method of lacing — nylon loops that run down the foot and attach at the footbed. You’re able to properly tighten sections of the shoe where you need it — at the throat, whether it be at the midfoot, forefoot, or heel — all while the nylon strands act as suspension, bridging the gap between the top of the foot and the bottom of the foot. The KD 10’s lacing system only covered the suspension aspect but not the top of the foot/throat synching that a lot of players prefer.

If you’re a player that plays the game pretty straight then you may never feel or notice this. If you’re a spot up shooter, you may never notice this. Being small, I have to maneuver around the court and get open. Using screens is my best option in most cases and when tightly turning around my screen my foot felt like it was sliding over the footbed. This caused a delay in my shot as I’d then have to try and quickly readjust my footing when I typically don’t have an issue if lateral containment is solid.

Things were just a little too sloppy for me and I prefer the way the KD 9 contained my foot.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review support

Support – If each component of a shoe doesn’t flow together and act as one then you’ll never form Voltron. Er, you’ll never find balance.

The heel area worked beautifully, but the midfoot left much to be desired. That lack of midfoot containment caused a sloppy fit which reduced the support offered. Had those nylon lace loops rode up the sidewall of the shoe a bit more, well, then you’d have the KD 9 Elite, and you likely wouldn’t have had a sloppy fit. Despite the base of the shoe being a solid platform, it just wasn’t enough to say these are cutting it in the support department. The pieces are there, they just don’t work well together.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review overall

Overall – The Nike KD 9 was an amazing shoe. The Nike KD 10 was almost an amazing shoe. It looks amazing, but it suffered in a few areas due to the bold new design.

If you don’t require a ton of lateral containment then you may enjoy these — they just weren’t for me. That isn’t a bad thing because no shoe is made for every person. However, helping you find the shoe that was made for you is why we’re here.

Nike KD 10 Performance Review scorecard

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2015年04月10日

How to Buy the Cheap 'PBJ' KD 7 on 2015kd.com

How to Buy the Cheap  'PBJ' KD 7 on 2015kd.com
The Cheap Nike KD 7 "PBJ" will release on April 25 as the second EXT, or Extension, style for LeBron's latest signature model.The PBJ theme continues on the Cheap KD 7. The rumored release date of this upcoming sneaker is February 4th, 2015, and will also be released in mens sizes. This KD 7 GS utilizes a jelly drenched graphic atop a clean white base, -similiar to the KD 7 Aunt Pearl -with a gum outsole and strap for a more accurate depiction of the sandwich spread.

Throw in a dash of gum accents on the midfoot strap and outsole to better represent peanut butter than last year’s choice of yellow, and we’re a little sad they this Cheap Nike KD 7 won’t see a full family size run.

Unlike last year's Nike KD 6 entry of the same sort, this upcoming pair is GS only. The sandwich referenced here is a treat that's enjoyed by youngsters more often than not, so it's a good look for Nike Basketball to switch things up and keep them on the small side. The shoe again has a jelly graphic, which this time takes the form of a droopy section on the Hyperposite wrap on the back of the shoe.

The Cheap Nike KD 7 "PBJ" will be available at 10 am EST via 2015kd on April 25. @2015KD.COM will tweet out a link to purchase on the morning of the launch  


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2015年04月09日

Jordan Bred 11s Low 2015 Release Drop In Summer

Jordan Bred 11s Low 2015 Release Drop In Summer
The Jordan 11 Low Bred is recognized as probably the most popular silhouettes in the Jordans Retro line. The sneaker this past year saw a couple of low top releases in various colors and also the Jordan brand continues producing the reduced top 11 by shedding the Bred version early in the year of 2015.
Jordan Brand typically releases the Cheap Jordan 11 Low Bred 2015 throughout the Holidays and also the Jordans 11 Low every Summer time. Today, we share some rumor information that's been going swimming the Jordans 11 Low Bred is incorporated in the activly works to release this Summer time 2015.
The Girls Jordan 11 Low Bred will feature the precise colors because the high-top form of the sneaker using the black mesh, leather and patent leather around the canvas from the sneaker and also the red-colored outsole towards the bottom from the shoe. This low top AJ11 is placed to decrease on May 23rd at choose Jordan Brand merchants.  


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2015年04月08日

Now buy one Cheap KD 7 Shoes for you

Nike and Kevin Durant continue their ongoing tribute to Aunt Gem with this particular approaching Premium-level discharge of the Cheap KD 7. In stark contrast with last year's Aunt Gem offering, which featured a unabashed floral print upper, the KD 7 'PbJ' decides for any clean whitened upper with hints of gold and pink round the shoe. The highlight detail is, obviously, the winged mid-feet strap, featuring a spirited message around the inside.
If Kevin Durant might have remained around the Cheap KD 7 Shoes USA basketball team this Summer time, he most likely might have laced up this set of 2015 KD 7 throughout their Gold Medal game. Named the Nike KD 7 'Premium', this Slim Reaper sneaker (try stating that fast three occasions) dons a Night time Navy mesh upper with Gold metallic hyperposite which brings together the entire 'Gold Medal' look.
Now an annual tradition from Buy KD 7, the PBJ edition of Kevin Durant's signature basketball shoe this season takes inspiration from the holiday tradition, PBJ. The KD 7 'PBJ' includes a creamy eggnog hue over the mesh part of its upper along with the outsole, then spiced track of Vibrant Crimson for that Hyperposite and accents. Finishing the vacation coloring ways dashes of eco-friendly detailing.http://www.2015kd.com  


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2015年04月03日

The collection in the 2015 KD 7 in April

The collection in the 2015 KD 7 in April

Can we see Kevin Durant putting on the 2015 KD 7 in 2015? The outlook does not look very good with his feet injuries sidelined HIM for what is likely the rest of the season. How LENGTH Since the Thunder reach the 2010 NFL playoffs, and it is safe for Wager The reigning MVP to will allow to waste this postseason appear. Deliver time around playoff is that this new way of coloring the Nike KD 7 This has two brave Thunderbolts around the heel along with a patch logo design of bald eagles on the tongue.
Create come another important KD 7 BHM coloring ways has Nike with this "BHM" seventh coloring options for Kevin Durant signature silhouette. Both Inspired by its popularity from the National Basketball Association and the late basketball coach Craig Chucky, including this latest color code a vibrant green top by featured an equally vibrant yellow hue In terms of branding, Flywire eyelets and the outsole.
Like its predecessor, the KD 7 Mainly BHM is highlighted in eco-friendly style, orange, volts and metallic silver. Doppler map graphics wrap the shoe Hyperposite overlay, while an orange rubber outsole dials in the following target.
The KD 7 PBJ only real issue worthy to go over Regarding Kevin Durant is the reigning MVP, if you need to go come playoff time. This debate is a little more urgent since KD You may have to before Miss A's outdoor thunder the postseason this due to there being completely your back with the eighth seed in the Western world quite precarious because of the suns and pelicans pounded in her heels

  


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2015年04月02日

Right Now Buy Nike KD 7 GS Hyper Punch

Right Now Buy Nike KD 7 GS Hyper Punch Is Available and CheapThe Nike KD 7 GS “Hyper Punch” released today at select Nike retailers and it is definitely a head-turner.If you still haven’t picked up something for that special lady in your life our your little daughter or niece then it’s not too late.

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This Cheap KD 7 exclusively for the smaller-footed population sports Hyper Punch upper with hits of Hyper Grape showing up on the midsole, Flywire and inner liner. Dark Magnet Grey appears on the midfoot strap while a Metallic Silver Swoosh provides the finishing touch. These kicks are available in grade school, pre-school and toddler sizes, so you can cop for all of the little ones. Visit your local Nike retailer today to grab yours now.

These Nike KD 7 shoes are very comfortable, provide tremendous grip, and plenty of style. The materials used feel very high quality and the KD 7 Cheap shoe has no obvious point of wear even after 2 years. There were some very small tears in the very outer layer of the "suede" material but it's purely aesthetic damage and to be expected after so long. The plastic piece on the lace is very convenient ;I haven't tied my shoes for at least a year now and there isn't much of an issue. Overall I'm thrilled with the looks, the quality, and the performance of the shoes grip.
I believe I have a pretty good opinion I shoes and this is by far one of the best. Very difficult to beat in a basketball game.

With the vibrant title shade covering the low-cut silhouette’s scale-covered heel, perforated toe, and outsole, a hint of purple is also featured on the inner lining and midsole. Black adds contrast by way of the two-tone laces and midfoot strap, with a silver hue adorning the Swooshes. Looking to add some color to Black Friday, the Nike KD 7 GS “Hyper Punch” will be available at select retailers, including VILLA on 2015kd.com  


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2015年03月31日

Mvp Kevin Durant Look at His Nike KD 7 Gold

Mvp Kevin Durant Look at His Nike KD 7 Gold
It’s hard to believe that Kevin Durant, a proven elite player with MVP trophies, scoring titles, NBA Finals appearances, and Olympic gold under his belt, is Nike Basketball shortest-tenured signature athlete.
Since 2008, Durant has allowed his shoes to connect to his consumers, just like the way he felt when his mom bought him his first Nike signature kicks (a pair of Vince Carter Shox). and This Saturday, Nike will unleash a Premium iteration of the massively popular KD 7 in a Midnight Navy/Metallic Gold colorway.
This marks the first Cheap KD 7 release that breaches the $100 price-point and swims at the higher $100 level; what the extra $20 brings you is an insane golden Posite finish inspired by championship trophies.
On Friday afternoon, Durant gave everyone a look at a brand new colorway featuring a lustrous gold Hyperposite heel, but upon a closer look, it appears that this pair has more of a “USA” flair; along with the Nike kd 7 gold hue, this new KD 7 features navy and red, which alludes to a patriotic vibe. Get a look at a collage of more angles below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for any updates regarding this pair on http://www.2015kd.com  


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