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Leopard And Camo Prints Cover The Nike Kyrie Infinity

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Kyrie Irving has been “box office” (to quote Stephen A. Smith) since entering the NBA in 2011. And while impressive in its own right, the guard’s performance hasn’t been the only thing to draw attention given that the athlete’s signature sneaker line has consistently been one of the most popular.

Ahead of the 2022-23 season, the current Brooklyn Nets star has teamed up with the Swoosh to cover his Nike Kyrie Infinity in one of the wilder ensembles it’s graced over its timeline. The mix of materials found on the eighth Nike Kyrie silhouette indulge in muted “Light Iron Ore” and “Moon Fossil” tones, but feature wild leopard print and military garb-reminiscent camouflage patterns at the mid-foot and heel. The design choices don’t reinvent swoosh-branded footwear propositions, but further expands Irving’s sneaker legacy with Nike, one that has been rumored to come to an end by the end of 2023. Standard branding and other symbolism reprise their roles, while logos at the top of the tongue are replaced with a paw-like emblem that may speak to the guard’s inner beast.

Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.

In related sneaker news, the Air Jordan 4 is set to release in a number of new styles before 2023 ends.