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Nike Basketball ‘Gold Medal’ Pack

Nike Basketball Gold Medal Pack

Nike Basketball is predicting the future with their latest pack. The Nike Basketball ‘Gold Medal’ Pack celebrates Team USA’s Gold Medal performance during the 2016 Olympic Games.

Three models will form the pack which includes the Nike Kyrie 2, Nike KD 9 and the Nike LeBron Soldier 10. Each will feature Metallic Gold detailing while dressed in either Red, White or Blue through the base.

Nike Basketball Gold Medal Pack Release Date

All three models forming the Nike Basketball Gold Medal Pack will release at select Nike Basketball retailers on August 22nd, 2016. Retail prices range from $140 to $150. Below you can check out photos of each and make sure to let us know which is your favorite in the comments section.

Nike Kyrie 2 Gold Medal
Colorway: University Red/Metallic Gold
Release Date: August 22, 2016
Retail: $140
Product Number: 838639-676
Nike Basketball Kyrie 2 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball Kyrie 2 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball Kyrie 2 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball Kyrie 2 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball Kyrie 2 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball Kyrie 2 Gold Medal

Nike KD 9 Gold Medal
Colorway: Dark Obsidian/Metallic Gold
Release Date: August 22, 2016
Retail: $150
Product Number: 843396-470
Nike Basketball KD 9 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball KD 9 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball KD 9 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball KD 9 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball KD 9 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball KD 9 Gold Medal

Nike LeBron Soldier 10 Gold Medal
Colorway: White/Metallic Gold-Dark Obsidian
Release Date: August 22, 2016
Retail: $140
Product Number: 883333-174
Nike Basketball LeBron Soldier 10 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball LeBron Soldier 10 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball LeBron Soldier 10 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball LeBron Soldier 10 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball LeBron Soldier 10 Gold Medal

Nike Basketball LeBron Soldier 10 Gold Medal

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