Nike N7 Zoom KD IV


Photos of the Nike N7 Zoom KD IV first surfaced exactly two weeks ago, but tonight this meaningful shoe appeared on the court for the first time by way of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s multifaceted superstar. To support N7, a community program and fund dedicated to providing access to sport and physical activity for Native American and Aboriginal communities, Kevin Durant debuted the predominately white Nike N7 Zoom KD IV on court earlier tonight in a game against the Los Angeles Clippers. Nike has deemed, “Everybody Leaves a Footprint” as the N7 tagline, which relays a message of how each of us inevitably has an impact that affects future generations.

Although initial reports stated that the Nike N7 Zoom KD IV would release in early April, both the white and black N7 KD IVs will drop later this year at Nikestore.com and Nike retailers as part of the Summer 2012 Nike N7 collection. A share of the revenue generated from sales will go towards the N7 Fund, which awards grants to Native American and Aboriginal grassroots sport and fitness programs for youth.

Check back tomorrow morning for our Kicks On Court column, which will highlight Kevin Durant’s debut of the Nike N7 Zoom KD IV.

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Nike N7 Zoom KD IV

Nike N7 Zoom KD IV


Associate Editor. Houston, Texas native. Fan of basketball and basketball shoes.

49 COMMENTS

  1. i think the Nerfs look the best but my personal fav are the Galaxy KD’s, these N7’s though may have to be my next pair of KD’s though them white ones are sick

  2. I gotta cop both with a houston oilers hat or tennessee tiatans cap I’m good I’m coppin both pais chea

  3. At least they ain’t m?re than a 100 bucks. That’s why Shaq stopped fucking with them major shoe companies cause he wanted to have his shit affordable for his fans, unlike the rest of these superstars that sale their name for a quick fuck and these guppies think they balling cause they fell for the okie doke. Bitch please I burn necks off with my wallabee Clark’s. Stop standing in line for kicks and stand in line to keep your president In office.

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