Nike’s Basketball Summer Pack In Stores Now

The summer isn’t over just yet (the last full day is Sept. 21). Since there’s still some time left, Nike has a collection you could pick up now inspired by the season.

The Nike Basketball Summer Pack is in stores now and boasts new iterations of the past NBA season’s signature shoe looks — the Kyrie 2, the Kobe 11, the LeBron 13 Low and the Zoom KD 9. The shoes are available via SNKRS, nike.com and select Nike retailers.

Although all of the sneakers in the collection are executed with different hues, they’re completed with a classic gum outsole.

Kyrie 2 Nike Basketball Summer Pack
The Kyrie 2 of the Nike Basketball Summer Pack.
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NBA star Kyrie Irving’s latest signature shoe, the Kyrie 2, uses a light bone, white and reflect silver color palette in the pack. The shoe features light bone and reflect silver on the upper and white on the midsole. The Kyrie 2 retails for $120.

Legendary baller Kobe Bryant’s last on-court shoe, the Kobe 11, retails for $160. The shoe uses a white, teal and bright crimson color palette. The latest iteration boasts a predominantly white upper and teal highlights.

Kobe 11 Nike Basketball Summer Pack
Nike Kobe 11 in the Basketball Summer Pack.
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LeBron 13 Low Nike Basketball Summer Pack
Nike LeBron 13 Low in the Kobe 11 Basketball Summer Pack.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike.

The low-cut iteration of NBA champion LeBron James’ latest signature shoe, the LeBron 13, uses stealth throughout the upper, with white Swoosh branding. The style, which retails for $150, also features teal on the heel and bright crimson heel tabs.

The ninth shoe for the newest member of the Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant, also gets Nike’s summer treatment. This iteration of the Zoom KD 9 shoe is mostly white with multicolor Flyknit on the toe cap. The shoe comes with a $150 price tag.

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