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Discussion in 'Nike' started by Blue Mamba, Feb 9, 2019.
Looks like solid rubber for performance. I guess Nike didn't want to chance it in the playoffs.
Don’t like that pair but shows potential with the model
I see that solid outsole though. Maybe even Nike knows their translucent outsole is trash
The f*** is that
looks better here
Reminds me of cake. Lol
looking very hyperdunk-ish
almost reminds me of the air max deluxe pattern
I don't like the "kd" on the side
Looks like baseball inspired?
Not bad to me
Agree. The “KD” and “35” throws the shoe off more.
I like that this shoe has the potential for graphics that you don’t get with flyknit
Still not sure what we're looking at, but that first picture definitely looked like someone poured out a can of Coke and slapped a piece of bacon on it.
SOLID ON COURT PERFORMER!
I don’t love those black/white/pinks but the graphic and solid outsoles excite me. I wanna see some nerfs, weatherman’s, global games...
Now that we see solid outsoles are indeed possible with this model, will they make it to the shelves for the general public to purchase? Or will it be like the Jordan 31, where the NBA players got the solid outsoles and for the most part the solid outsoles never made it to the shelves for the general public. And the pairs that had solid outsole the traction was still just as bad as the translucent.
Easy there, man. We're talking about Nike. They haven't even managed to launch the actual launch CW yet
really wish nikeid would stop with the 3ish month wait to make new shoes available on id. I would have already ordered an id if they were available cause i know well enough we are not going to get warriors colors that are not white based anytime soon
So I guess don c made the PEs?
The upper is dope, but that TPU print reminds me of a shower curtain
No wonder it looks like ****.
Hopefully, other ones aren’t as bad.
Curious what from the 90’s inspired that pair lol so far the 90’s kid is the best color way imo, of course nike botched the release
Inspired by the 90s movie Men at work.
Ahhh, it makes sense now