Nike KD 6 Supreme “Aunt Pearl”

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There are certain themes in the line of Kevin Durant sneakers that have been made to come back on a yearly basis, and there are certain that are a bit more sacred. The “Nerf” for instance is a combo we’ve not seen sense, but on the other hand Nike Basketball is more than happy to re-issue the touching tribute that is the “Aunt Pearl”. The KD 6 “Aunt Pearl”, pictured here, differs from its predecessors via the heavy floral look attached. Take another look at the shoes after the click and then tell us in the comments if this is one of the better KD 6 pairs yet.


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5 comments
VNTG_BMW
VNTG_BMW

okay im not the hugest fan of floral but at least these make sense, all of the other floral joints are just way too out there for me, these are have a underlying meaning to them,  i think all other ones should just give it up and leave the floral to janoski 

SockandSole
SockandSole

Please tell me they didn't just throw the SUPREME on there thinking that we would all want to cop... SMH.

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