Nike KD 6 N7 Release

Nike KD 6 N7 Release

Nike N7 officially announced today its third collaboration with Kevin Durant on an N7 version of his signature shoe, the Nike KD 6. Playing in Oklahoma City has connected Kevin Durant to the mission of Nike N7 and the impact it has with Native Americans across North America. The bold Nike N7 KD VI features the repeating pattern of arrows that first launched on the Pendleton Woolen Mills Nike N7 blanket last month. The arrow print symbolizes energy and forward motion and has reflective built in for a surprise effect when worn in the elements. The bold colors used on the KD VI have significant meaning in Native communities. Turquoise is used often as a color symbolic of friendship, and red is one of four colors—yellow, red, black and white—featured on the traditional Native America medicine wheel, representing movement and the four directions. The KD logo appears on the heel and the N7 logo is on the tongue.

 

This Nike KD 6 N7 version features an all-blue upper that features traditional Native American reflective print throughout.The shoe is much more colorful than its cohorts in the collection thanks to the vibrant combination of turquoise and university red.

 

With this years N7 offerings, it appears as if the powers that be over at Nike have decided to split them up into different collections. For this latest pair of Nike KD 6 N7 Shoes For Sale, all of you sneakerheads can expect to see these drop on November 9th. Colorful palette in tow, this upcoming release definitely adds an impressive notch to the resourceful N7 belt. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the N7 project, it is a fund that was created to provide Native American and Aboriginal youths with positive experiences in both sports and physical activities. Made in honor of one of Nikes many humanitarian efforts, this new KD offering is sure to be a hit once they drop. With history working in its favor, these will most definitely disappear rather fast once they are made available.


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