The Nike Kyrie 7 has recently started to adopt this “Ripple” effect. And after testing the waters yesterday in near total black, the design is already offering its sequel, a colorway that combines cool, bright tones with a cream base.
Compared to previous versions, the upper is nothing revolutionary. The mesh, which is kept at a high gauge, dresses in a tan throughout, matching the forefoot molds as well as the eyelets and lining. And while the tongue can mimic quite closely, its logo hits the contrast in light blue similar to the Swoosh along the profile. Even the tooling and counter follow suit: the former combines two different, bright hues, while the latter embroiders the titular ripple in a single solid aqua color.
Take a look at these via the official images below. A release is due to hit Nike.com and probably select retailers very soon.
In other news, a LeBron 18 Multicolor was revealed earlier in the week.
Updated April 9, 2021: A release date is scheduled for May 8, 2021.
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North AmericaMay 8, 2021 (Saturday)