The Nike KD VI is going “Away” once again with the release of the Nike KD VI “Away II”. Black, volt and vivid blue serve as the dominant colors on
So far, the Nike KD VI has proven to be one of the most popular models on the hardwood by Kevin Durant’s NBA peers. A new “Floral” colorway looks to provide appeal in the casual realm, fixing up the low top signature with a mature, flower power motif. Black branding and lining provide contrast on the upper, with a white midsole and icy outsole capping it all off. Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for more details on this “Floral” Nike KD VI.
Making its case to stand the test of time, the Nike Zoom KD IV remains one of the most beloved of Kevin Durant’s signature line. Revisiting the two-year-old hoops kick, Dank Customs took to the low-top silhouette with practical color blocking on his “Velvet Hoops” Custom, reminiscent of the Nike KD II of the same name. With red up top and yellow adhering to the outsole, green is used for the midsole and a geometric print laces the insoles and underside of the cross-foot strap. Feel free to drop your thoughts on this rendition of the beloved Nike KD IV in the comments section.
Built for off-court steeze, the Nike KD VI EXT “Gum” offers a boot blend on the PB&J theme. A smooth gum tone makes the move from the midsole to the upper, accented by bright blue laces and raspberry red accents. Tonal branding takes it up a notch with 3D effect, while d-ring eyelets add to the winter wear vibe. Look for the Nike KD VI EXT “Gum” to launch at Nike Store this Saturday at 8 AM EST.
The boot build seen on the Nike KD VI NSW Lifestyle lives up to its billing on a new “Black Leather” colorway. Black suede and leather detail the slim but tall off-court silo, accented by the very trending gamma blue hue. Silver eyelets, big branding and a two-piece tongue cap off this new shoe for Kevin Durant. Make them your own by picking up a pair at select Nike Sportswear accounts on November 29th.
Kevin Durant’s inside circle has built a reputation of receiving exclusive colorways of the superstar’s signature sneakers, and luckily they often give us a look. The latest from Durantula’s camp comes in the form of the new Nike KD VI Black/Red-Gold. Graciously shared by Durant’s brother Tony, TDurant, this sharp colorway stands out even next to upcoming Foamposite and Air Jordan releases. Even the KD VI’s large Swoosh is blacked out, allowing for the contrasting hues to take center stage. Deep red is seen on the forefoot outsole, eyelets and Air Max Unit, while metallic gold pops the KD name tag on the heel. Is this one of the best Nike KD VI colorways to date? Tell us your opinion in the comment box underneath, and keep it locked to Nice Kicks for all of your sneaker news and information.