New Air Jordan Shoes, The third Kyrie shoe catapults from what has worked so well with the first two Nike Kyrie installments – the curved outsole, Zoom Air – and adds on two independent traction pods at the forefoot and an integrated forefoot band. The pods on the lateral and medial forefoot are emphasized with bright colors, while Dynamic Flywire cables aid with the lockdown on the forefoot band. Kyrie dominates the court with his lightning-quick first step and fluid playing style. By working with the Nike design team, he ensured his third signature shoe would not only enable razor-sharp cuts but also provide players across a variety of positions with a custom fit and great court response. Dynamic traction, flexible support and responsive cushioning combine to deliver on Kyrie's demands. Kyrie dominates the court with his lightning-quick first step and fluid playing style. By working with the Nike design team, he ensured his third signature shoe would not only enable razor-sharp cuts but also provide players across a variety of positions with a custom fit and great court response. Dynamic traction, flexible support and responsive cushioning combine to deliver on Kyrie's demands.
Jordans 2017, Dubbed the Nike Kyrie 2 "Kyreer High", the shoe was worn by Kyrie in yesterday's blowout win against the LA Clippers and features Cavs colors. In addition to the Midnight Navy Blue, University Gold, and Team Red (maroon) options on the upper is a gum outsole for a lifestyle look. Many other colors are available as well so you can customize to your hearts content. One of the original “light” basketball shoes in the ’90s amongst bulky alternatives was the Flight Huarache. One of the first colorways of that sneaker is placed on the new Kyrie 2, dressing the similarly light shoe in Black, Bold Berry Purple, and Lyon Blue.
New Jordans 2016, The Nike Kyrie 3, Kyrie Irving's third signature sneaker, is scheduled to make its debut in December 2016. Featured in its first colorway of the new line, the performance basketball sneaker is rendered in a classic color scheme of black/white/dark grey. Compared to its predecessor, the Kyrie 3 strays away from the distinctive cross-strap, while still retaining its mid-cut profile and comprised of hyperfuse mesh. The side panels and rear portion incorporate a new pattern as well, in addition to the outsole also inheriting a new traction pattern to help increase Kyrie's quick footwork. Other notable details include the Kyrie logo across its tongues, as well as "JBY" for "Just Be You" and "H+H" for "Hungry and Humble." The Kyrie 3 is what you’d expect from Nike; it's designed with a thorough analysis of Irving’s evolving on-court play and made concrete with performance technology that has been nearly perfected by the brand. Looking good with a pair of jeans comes secondary to being in tune with the athlete during activity. Thankfully, it does both. The shoe itself was created by a committee of Nike designers, with several distinct minds contributing new ideas and combining them with the proven success of the earlier models.