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2017 Nike KD 10 “Anniversary” Deconstructed

Zoom bag is the same as the Nike KD 9, and it is easily Hall of Fame cushioning. The Flyknit is what we found in the reviews from Nightwing and Stanley – stretchy, flexible, and form-fitting.

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We have a glimpse at the Nike KD 10 “BeTrue”

Nike Basketball designed a special edition Cheap KD 10 Be True as part of the celebration for Pride Month. Debuted by WNBA Star Essence Carson. This ‘Be True‘ edition Nike KD 10 features a black-based upper highlighted with its rainbow-like translucent outsole as a nod to the LGBT community.

This Nike Zoom KD 10 features an all black Flyknit upper and yellow lettering on the tongue and the Swoosh. The translucent outsole beautifully maintains the eight colors of the original 1978 Pride Flag, much like the Nike Air VaporMax ‘BeTrue‘ did.

What do you think of the “BeTrue” rendition of the Cheap KD 10?

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Get a few different looks at the upcoming Nike KD 10 “Still KD” On Feet

After Nike unveiled his latest signature earlier in the day, Kevin Durant took the court at Oracle Arena rocking his all-new Nike KD 10. Durant took the floor in the Anniversary colorway en route to a 34 point performance in Golden State’s 113-111 comeback victory over San Antonio.
As we grow closer to the release date we continue to get better and better looks of the sneaker. Seen above, the White KD 10 has a White Flyknit upper with Pure Platinum detailing on the suede cage overlay on the ankle and the tongue tag. Chrome accents then appear on the Swoosh and KD logo. Other details include a new lacing system that extends from one side of the shoe to the other and a full-length Zoom Air unit.

Do you have a change of heart when it comes to the KD 10 now that you’ve seen what it looks like on-feet?

Nike KD 10 Still KD
Release Date: June 2nd, 2017
Color: White/Chrome-Pure Silver
Style Code: 897815-100