Nike Easter Pack | Nike Kobe X, LeBron 12, Kyrie 1, KD 7 March 29 2015, 1 Comment

With Easter around the corner, Nike has revealed their newest holiday collection. Nike's top four basketball athletes will receive a new colorway on their signature models. The Easter Collection is usually a blend or mixture of light and pastel colors to celebrate the activities tied to the holiday such as egg painting. As always, the Collection will also come with clothing and apparel. Each model will have matching hat, tee shirt, and even socks!

Kobe X

The Kobe X will feature a hot lava and artisian teal upper as it pulls inspiration from a robin's egg. This will be the fifth colorway in the Kobe X lows before Nike brings out their newest Elite model. The hints of back on the heel, Swoosh and sock liner gives the kicks a bold look on a soft colorway. 

Kyrie 1

The Kyrie 1 is the most jubilant of all. The colorway can be described as one that is ually released only in the GS sizing. This time, the adults get the plug. The Kyrie 1s grab a dominatly purple upper as it is touched with hints of teal and orange. 

LeBron 12

The LeBron 12s will feature a subtle floral print on the back upper. The purple and sunset glow orange sets off the fuse all over the shoes. Designers also chose to go with black accents to give the shoes a bold look. They will also feature a translucent outsole with the 5 visible hexagonally-shaped Zoom Air bags.

KD 7

The KD 7 will feature a lime green upper as well as a camo graphic that infuses a bit of orange, grey, and green on the Hyperposite construction Set off with a black Swoosh, this KD 7 colorway is ready for Spring.



Josh on September 20 2015 at 04:11PM

Love the Kobe x

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