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Nike Shows Off Customizable Kyrie 2 iD Basketball Shoes

Nike Shows Off Customizable Kyrie 2 iD Basketball Shoes
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Nike Shows Off Customizable Kyrie 2 iD Basketball Shoes

The much awaited Kyrie 2 iD basketball shoes are here, and Nike says that in creating it, the famous shoe company managed to “create the unexpected.”

The much awaited Kyrie 2 iD basketball shoes are here, and Nike says that in creating it, the famous shoe company managed to “create the unexpected.”

Each pair of the Kyrie 2 iD basketball shoes by Nike features a unique limited edition graphic that is sure to stand out anywhere, anytime. After all, the shoes glow in the dark and you can see this feature in lace, strap, sole and the signature Nike Swoosh. But the coolness of this shoe does not stop there. Although the Kyrie 2 iD already sports some amazing designs, Nike takes things one step further by letting its customers personalize this shoe.

So how exactly do you personalize a Kyrie 2 iD basket ball shoe? Nike has a few ideas. For starters, Nike says you can have your name scribbled on the inside of the shoe’s tongue. And if not your name, you can also place your team name, team number or even a special message.

For the Kyrie 2, Nike did not just stop at making the shoes look cool. Obviously, the company had to make sure that the shoes would feel cool as well. For starters, the Kyrie 2 features a rounded outsole, which allows the wearer to make lateral transitions in a fast, fluid motion. Aside from that, this shoe has also been designed with a Nike Zoom Air unit in the heel, giving the shoe responsive cushioning with its step. Aside from these, the shoe also comes with a unique strapped design, which helps keep the foot locked while also adding stability to the heel at the same time.

The Nike Kyrie 2 iD basketball shoes retail for $165. Since the pair is custom-made, it can be delivered in 5 weeks or less upon order.

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