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The Nike Basketball ‘Court Motion’ Pack is For Kids

Nike Basketball Court Motion Pack Kids

The Nike Basketball ‘Court Motion’ Pack is a kids exclusive release that involves the Nike Kyrie 2, KD 8 and LeBron 13.

As a kid, James fantasized about teleportation. The Nike LeBron 13 ‘Sudden Impact’ features graphics inspired by this childhood dream. A zoned Hyperposite upper provides supportive, cushioned comfort and a Zoom Air heel unit delivers responsive cushioning.

The Nike KD 8 ‘Court Glider’ features bicycle graphics and the same orange color as the bike Durant had as a kid — it was his favorite way of getting around. The kid-exclusive KD 8 Court Glider has the same Nike Zoom (for responsive cushioning) and dynamic Flywire cables (for lockdown) as the adult silhouette.

Irving’s Nike Kyrie 2 ‘Court Deck’ reminisces his days as a young skateboarder (a little-known fact of the three-time All Star’s past). Like its adult version, the kid-exclusive Kyrie 2 features an outsole curvature for smooth lateral transitions, a responsive midsole and a mesh upper for breathability and durability.

You can get a full viewing of the Nike Basketball Court Motion Pack by scrolling below. The LeBron 13 will launch on January 28th with the KD 8 following on February 1st and the Kyrie 2 will debut on February 6th. Retail price range is between $100 and $160.

Nike LeBron 13 Sudden Impact
Colorway: Black/Vivid Purple-Concord-Teal
Release Date: January 28, 2016
Retail: $160
Product Number: 808709-003
Nike LeBron 13 Sudden Impact

Nike KD 8 Court Glider
Colorway: Total Orange/Reflective Silver-Orange
Release Date: February 1, 2016
Retail: $135
Product Number: 768867-808
Nike KD 8 Court Glider

Nike Kyrie 2 Court Deck
Colorway: Black/Black-Hyper Jade-White
Product Number: 826673-001
Retail: $100
Release Date: February 6, 2016
Nike Kyrie 2 Court Deck

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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