Kyrie Irving may want James Harden to play point guard for the Brooklyn Nets, but off the court he’s spearheading efforts to save the planet. Enter: A new Nike Kyrie 7 dressed in an “Atomic Orange” tone and made with Nike Regrind material, just in time for NBA All-Star Weekend 2021.
Similar to the model’s inaugural colorways, the latest pair in Irving’s signature sneaker line indulges in vibrant, pattern-laden style. Mesh overlays on the side profile feature the aforementioned titular hue and also feature teal flecks throughout. Adjoining swoosh outlines and lower tongue lockout tools ditch any eye-catching color, instead opting for Nike’s upcycled material multi-color aesthetic. Unlike eco-friendly pairs of the iconic Air Force 1, Irving’s latest “All-Star” sneaker does not include Regrind rubber on the outsole. Instead, it retains standard (albeit colorful) tooling and sports plant-infused branding to the insole and heel.
Enjoy official images of the Kyrie 7 “All-Star” below, and expect the pairs to arrive at Nike.com somewhere in March.
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after the marketAvailable now
North AmericaMarch 7, 2021 (Sunday)