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Nike KD 11 ‘Multicolor’

Last month, Nike officially announced Kevin Durant’s 11th signature model ahead of the NBA Finals. And while KD still hasn’t worn the model on-court, a “Multicolor” iteration of the Nike KD 11 is set to release soon.

The uppers feature a multicolor-based Flyknit, providing a sock-like fit with a translucent React foam and full-length Zoom Air tooling for a maximized on-court comfort and performance. Additional details include a small blue Swoosh branding on the toe and ‘KD’ logo in black. Check out images of the model below.

As of now, there is no official release date for the Nike KD 11 “Multicolor,” but expect them to hit select Nike retailers coming soon with a price tag of $150.

 


Nike KD 11 “Multicolor”
Release Date: Summer 2018
Color: Black/Persian Violet-Bright Crimson-Chlorine Blue
Style #: AO2604-001
Price: $150

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OFF White x Nike KD 11 White

This Nike and OFF White release a new color of KD 11,OFF White x KD 11  is one of the most functional basketball sneakers on the market.This Nike KD 11 features a full white-based upper and transparent sole.
You can also see its shoelace with identical year to match its branding on the tongue. Enjoy a first look at the shoes and stay tuned for updates regarding a release date.

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Nike KD 11 “Still KD”

The Nike KD 11 Still KD is debuting this month, and it’s one of the first colorways of Kevin Durant’s brand new 11th signature sneaker. The silhouette’s updated Flyknit upper and sock-like ankle collar features a mixture of white, black and grey hues for a Cookies & Cream-like theme. Other details include a reinforcing heel with branding, matching laces, a full-length Zoom Air cushioning and translucent React foam outsole to complete the design altogether.

Durant wanted a shoe that felt broken-in right out of the box, so head designer Leo Chang concocted a performance silhouette featuring a rubber cup sole that boasts a combination of Nike’s React and Zoom cushioning technologies, offering excellent responsiveness without sacrificing even a speck of comfort. The shoe’s Flyknit upper was constructed with a softer knit and a different collar than the two previous models, design tweaks that were inspired by last summer’s Nike Air Sock Racer-a shoe that Durant expressed his admiration for to Chang. The end result of the two’s collaborative process? A shoe that boasts the light-weight comfortable feel of a premium runner, while still offering all the rugged performance a player the caliber of the Slim Reaper needs to stay on top of his game.

 

Nike KD 11 “Still KD”

Release Date: June 18th, 2018

Style Code: AO2605-004

 

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KD 11 “Oreo”

Following his back-to-back NBA Championship, Nike Basketball has officially unveiled Kevin Durant’s next signature shoe, the Nike KD 11. The shoe is described as California casual. Or simply acknowledge it as the ultimate merger of laid-back chill shoe and performance basketball equipment.

 

Earlier this week Nike shared a first look at the KD 11. Today a second colorway has already emerged in black and grey. Kevin Durant‘s favored Zoom Air cushioning makes its way back into the fold as Nike’s REACT foam joins in on the fun, marking the first time it’s been incorporated into KD’s signature line. The Flyknit upper consist of black and dark grey weaving that gives it a charcoal look while branding is kept to a minimum with KD’s logo subtly placed on the heel counter and Nike’s Swoosh logo found on the lateral side of the toebox. The aforementioned sole unit receives a translucent touch to complete the colorway.

 

On the KD 11, the third consecutive KD signature to feature Nike’s most adaptable textile technology, the Flyknit gets a little more plush, a little more “broken-in” and a thus a lot softer.

 

The shoe itself has a rubber cup sole that houses the Nike React and Nike Zoom. The former cushions between court and body, while the latter sits just under the foot to provide response. A key component in the resulting system was identifying the correct thickness for the foam element, which Chang notes is taller than in typical basketball shoes.

 

“He likes the feel of the Flyknit Trainer and the Nike Epic React”, says Chang. “Last summer, he loved the Air Sock Racer — that is where the collar of the 11 came from, and all the lofting in the tongue and quarter followed”.