Nike Basketball shows off its patriotism with this year’s 4th of July collection. It includes all four signature athlete models.
Complete with matching apparel, this 4th of July collection will have you fitted for every BBQ you attend on Independence Day. Available on June 27, the Nike Basketball 4th of July Collection will release at Nike.com and other Nike Basketball accounts just in time for the American holiday.
Nike KD 8
Soar/Bright Crimson/White/Midnight Navy
“Sometimes there’s no better reason to celebrate than fireworks and freedom.”
That’s exactly right. Fireworks and freedom our are favorite things to celebrate the Fourth of July with and this KD 8 expresses just that with its loud graphic upper and patriotic color scheme. Just one question, where is the white?
Nike Kobe X
University Red/Photo Blue/Reflect Silver
“Even though he grew up overseas, Kobe still knows how to rep red, white and blue.”
Gum bottoms are the fastest way into a sneaker lover’s heart. This Kobe X knows this. The white midsole compliments the gum outsole on the Kobe X, while the busy graphic upper shows off the stars. However, it replaces the stripes for a water color motif of red, white and blue.
Nike LeBron 12
Light Crimson/Bright Crimson/Midnight Navy/White
“National colors and graphics celebrate the highlight of summer.”
Although LeBron couldn’t walk away with the Larry O’Brien trophy, this colorway of his 12th signature model is a nice consolation prize. Using a predominantly red upper that displays a stars and stripes graphic on the Hyperposite panels, hits of blue and white make their mark on the branding and inner lining. A translucent outsole tops things off.
Nike Kyrie 1
Soar/White/Bright Crimson/Metallic Silver
“Fireworks, hot dogs and plenty of good old fashioned freedom…these shoes know what we’re talking about.”
A slightly brighter color palette for the first time signature, this colorway of the Kyrie 1 ramps things up a bit. Bright crimson and metallic silver add another dimension to this relatively simple colorway, but sometimes it’s better safe than sorry.