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NIKE ZOOM KD IV The Nike Zoom KD IV is Kevin Durant's fourth signature shoe and was designed by Leo Chang. It debuted in December of 2011 and features Adaptive Fit technology and Zoom Air cushioning. The Nike Zoom KD IV retailed for $95 and some of the most popular colorways were the 'Year of the Dragon', 'Galaxy', 'Nerf', and 'Weatherman'. Click in for the most up to date Nike Zoom KD IV release dates, information, and colorways.

Nike Zoom KD 4 “Three4Five” PE on eBay

June 18th, 2014 by | 1 comment

kd 4 three4five pe Nike Zoom KD 4 Three4Five PE on eBay

One of the rarest PE colorways of the Nike Zoom KD legacy is this Three4Five PE, which features a graphic of Kevin Durant riding a bike. Quite a random concept to put together, but the silhouette of the bike-riding KD is from a Nike t-shirt designed by an artist named Swank One. The shoes do look like a NIKEiD mash up of colors, but the shoes never did release, have that crazy logo on the heel, and featured Three4Five on the tongue (come to think of it, this PE has no KD logos on the upper). It’s not often these KD shoes come around, so check out the photos below and cop ‘em now from ro.47 on eBay.

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Six DIfferent Nike KD “Creamsicle” Colorways

June 17th, 2014 by | 6 comments

nike kd okc collection 2 Six DIfferent Nike KD Creamsicle Colorways

Before there was Nerf, Weatherman, or Aunt Pearl, the most popular and recognizable Nike KD colorway was the “Creamsicle”, seen above in six different styles. The “Creamsicle” was almost like an Alternate take on the OKC jerseys, with an incredibly vibrant orange with blue accents making up the theme, and although the Creamsicle lineage stopped rather early at the KD II, NIKEiD allowed the legend to continue on the following models. In this set of Nike KD shoes, KD III through the KD 6 are indeed iD-designed versions, but which of the entire group is your favorite? Check ‘em all out below and give us a shout.

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Nike KD IV “Nerf” & “Weatherman” Set on eBay

May 15th, 2014 by | 9 comments

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You’d have a hard time convincing most sneakerheads that the Nike Zoom KD IV isn’t the pinnacle of Kevin Durant’s sneaker offerings so far. A bit of evidence to support that claim comes in the form of the sought after nature of some of the more limited pairs from that range. Gathered here are perhaps the two hardest to track down for that silo: the Nike Zoom KD IV “Weatherman” and the Nike Zoom KD IV “Nerf”. So just how much will the Durant duo cost you? Take a look at the rest of the images on them after the click and then take a look at the price tag from e-bunz on eBay.

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Comparing the Nike KD and LeBron Through The First Six Models

May 15th, 2014 by | 183 comments

nike kd vs lebron Comparing the Nike KD and LeBron Through The First Six Models

LeBron James and Kevin Durant and unquestionably 1a and 1b on Nike’s order of importance, but they took different routes to climb to their respective points of success. While LeBron James was a major focus on the marketing side of things, the Nike KD took a rather inconspicuous route with a bargain price-point and relatively quiet marketing push. Still, their resumes up to that point were eerily similar, and now that Durant and LeBron are ready to battle it for the true #1 spot of Nike signature shoes, let’s take a look back at the first six of Nike KD and LeBron.

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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Easter Edition

April 15th, 2014 by | 7 comments

sn 9 at 9 easter Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Easter Edition

Earlier this year, Sneaker News examined the history of Nike Chinese New Year sneakers, noting that the first ‘Year of the . . . ‘ drop came with the first Horse Air Force 1s in 2002. This was the start of a movement we’ve seen thoroughly fleshed out in recent years, whereby annual holidays serve as inspiration for limited edition sneakers. It took a little while to get the ball rolling on these annual traditions, and about three years after the first YOTH drops, Nike turned to another holiday that’s rich in colorful inspiration.

Nike released its first Easter-inspired colorway in 2005, and in the years since, we’ve seen both an increase in activity from both the Swoosh and their rivals. And with another set of Nike Basketball signatures dropping on Good Friday, the time is right to go back and look over some of the highlights of the past decade. So join us, as we hunt down some of history’s best Easter kicks in tonight’s edition of Sneaker News NINE@NINE:

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Full Circle: A Yearly Rundown of Nike’s Best Chinese New Year Sneakers

January 30th, 2014 by | 16 comments

chinese new year shoes nike Full Circle: A Yearly Rundown of Nikes Best Chinese New Year Sneakers

We live in a world where annual sneaker traditions are taken for granted. It started as so many important footwear trends have with the Air Jordan Legacy. Air Jordan NBA All-Star colorways, home/away and regular season/playoffs installments foreshadowed product now issued with each year. But it was the Nike Air Force 1s released in tribute to Chinese New Year that opened the doors to annual sneaker releases in conjunction with recurring holidays.

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Nike Basketball Signatures of Christmas Past

December 18th, 2013 by | 32 comments

nike basketball christmas shoes Nike Basketball Signatures of Christmas Past

The tradition of special Christmas colorways for signature sneakers is one of the longer running ones with respect to Nike Basketball. That day has consistently been an important one for footwear enthusiasts thanks to the countless energy colorways and the occasional brand new model debuted during the Christmas day games. The theme has, out of necessity, evolved over the years beyond the standard red, white, and green. Just take a look at this year’s shoes for example; you’ve got the LeBron 11 featuring a snowflake decal, the KD 6 with Fair Isle sweater style graphics, and a Kobe 8 with scales practically jumping off the body of the shoe. The Christmas sigs by Nike have evolved from much simpler forms of previous years, and we can only expect the Swoosh to get even more festive in coming years.

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