Winding down to the final stages of its life cycle, the Nike Kyrie 6 is thrusting in another entry into its family tree this season, more specifically under its N7 line. For context, the Swoosh’s traditional output of N7 collections serve as cultural homages to that of Indigenous communities, and given that today, October 12th is Indigenous Peoples’ Day (formerly known as Columbus Day), this launch comes in a timely manner.
Evading from the bright tan uppers seen on the last Kyrie 6 N7 makeup, this newest take wraps its base constructions in a solid black hue, and complements this with appropriate tribal patterns that poke out in a blend of orange and pastel green across the mid-foot strap and lateral heel banner. Additional text-based accessories land across tongues which feature “HELA” which is Irving’s nickname in the Lakota language, and the N7 stamp on the left side, in addition to the call-to-action sentence of “In Every Deliberation We Must Consider The Impact Of Our Decisions On The Seventh Generation” that rests inside the aforementioned strap. Peep an in-depth look at the pair here ahead, and note that they are available now on Nike.com for $130 USD.
For other sneaker news, the Jordan 1 Lucky Green is dropping this week.
Nike Kyrie 6 "N7"
Release Date: Oct 12th, 2020
Color: Black/Pure Platinum/Citron Pulse
Mens: $130 Style Code: DA1348-001
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