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A First Look at the Possible Nike Kyrie Low 2

It looks like the Nike Kyrie Low did well enough to warrant a sequel. Will the Nike Kyrie Low 2 be any better?

The Nike Kyrie Low was a solid on-court model and it looks as if there will be a Kyrie Low 2 on the way soon.

This version looks to have removed the strap while retaining the overall shape from the original model. Its outsole looks like it could be the same, with rounded tooling being featured as well, but the forefoot seems to have a TPU cage of some sort.

What it’s caging is a mystery at the moment, but it would be awesome to see a larger volume Zoom Air unit used this time around. The <a href=”http://weartesters.com/nike-kyrie-low-performance-review/” rel=”noopener” target=”_blank”>Nike Kyrie Low’s </a> cushion was pretty lackluster, which is common for Kyrie models in general, but the Zoom Turbo from the Nike Kyrie 5 was impressive so maybe the Kyrie Low 2 will feature something similar.

Check out the first possible look at the Nike Kyrie Low 2 below and let us know your thoughts in the comment section.

via @solebrothers_ig

  1. Looks like cues of the rear half and the midsole were kept. Same slender look with the narrow vamp.

    For me it’s a question as to whether or not we’ll actually feel the Zoom (if implemented again). I thought the original Low passed in being a typical Kyrie design with minimal cushion, but it was a waste of a Zoom unit. It did nothing.

    1. Putting a zoom unit in a shoe that cant or barely be felt is extremely pointless, and yet like half of nike zoom shoes do this. Soften the phylon and/or the strobel board, nike. Its not rocket science. Youll sell more shoes, too.

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