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Nike Kyrie 7 ‘Play for the Future’ Releasing for All-Star Weekend

Nike Kyrie 7 DD1447-800 Release Date Info

The Nike Kyrie 7 will debut in ‘Atomic Orange’ that comes with Nike Grind materials that will launch just before 2021 NBA All-Star Weekend.

Looking closer, this Nike Kyrie 7 comes with Orange across the upper that features mesh overlays and Turquoise on the base that forms a unique design. Next, more Turquoise lands on the tongue branding, top eyelets, and speckled midsole. Black adorns the heel, and part of the midsole with Nike’s Grind recycled materials appears on the forefoot molds and outlines the Swoosh. Lastly, we have Kyrie branding on the insoles with a plant that also hits the heels.

Nike Kyrie 7 Play for the Future All-Star Release Details

Below, you can check out more images of the Nike Kyrie 7 ‘Play for the Future’ that will give you a better look. You can expect this pair to launch at select retailers Nike.com on March 7th for All-Star Weekend. The retail price is $140. As soon as we have more information, we will make sure to update you.

Nike Kyrie 7 Play for the Future
Color: Atomic Orange/Tropical Twist-Black
Release Date: March 7, 2021
Style Code: DD1447-800
Price: $140

Update (3/3): The Kyrie 7 ‘Play for the Future’ is inspired by Kyrie’s overall commitment to sustainable living while nodding to his own plant-based diet. It features plant-inspired graphics throughout the upper, plus a sprouted “KI” logo on the heel.

Nike Kyrie 7 DD1447-800 Release Date Info

Nike Kyrie 7 DD1447-800 Release Date Info

Nike Kyrie 7 DD1447-800 Release Date Info

Nike Kyrie 7 DD1447-800 Release Date Info

Nike Kyrie 7 DD1447-800 Release Date Info

Nike Kyrie 7 DD1447-800 Release Date Info

Nike Kyrie 7 DD1447-800 Release Date Info

Nike Kyrie 7 DD1447-800 Release Date Info

Brian Betschart
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