Change is not something that can happen overnight. And while it’s been over a year since Nike kickstarted their “Move to Zero,” there’s still a lot of work that needs to be done. This means the brand is looking for some extra help, and they’ve found just that in Kyrie Irving and his latest signature.
Likely dubbed the Kyrie 7 Grind, the pair practices sustainably in ways distinct from previous offerings. At a glance, its recycled features are not immediately noticeable, masked thanks in part to the mesh outer layer and the olive-based pattern that lies underneath. Upon closer inspection, though, you can see the scrap-composed Grind material along the Swoosh and forefoot, while the laces adopt a similar look and feel.
For a closer look at this Earth conscious Kyrie 7, see the official images below. Sizes are likely to appear on Nike.com and select retailers soon.
In other news, the Air Jordan 4 White Oreo is finally releasing this week.