Kevin Durant’s latest Nike signature shoe — the KD9 — is available now.
Oklahoma City Thunder star Durant debuted the shoes during the NBA playoffs in the light gray “Zero” colorway.
The shoe, created by designer Leo Chang, features Flyknit technology — the first time it’s being used in Durant’s signature line.
“My interests have changed, my game has changed and this is a perfect shoe for who I am now,” said Durant. “The upper allows me to shift to the right and come back to my left really quick and pull up on a dime. The shoes are perfectly catered to my foot, like I molded these and got a special pair made. That’s what I want everybody to feel who puts these on. It will feel personal.”
Two more colorways will be coming in the following weeks: “Premiere,” a white, blue and red colorway; and “Mic Drop,” a black and gray colorway.
The “Zero” colorway is available in limited quantities on Nike.com and at select global retailers for $150.
Meanwhile, Nike will release the LeBron Soldier 10 on Tuesday in celebration of LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers’ NBA title.