Nike KD 8 ‘USA’

Nike, your products are not safe with anybody, man…even retail employees are leaking stuff.

I guess that’s good for those that can’t wait to see what’s next. This USA colorway of the upcoming Nike KD 8 is scheduled to release on June 27 and looks to sport a firework upper for the 4th of July. I’m excited to try these out; I really want to know how that cushion is going to feel and flex. The $180 price tag does suck, but if you think about it this is the first ‘premium’ KD we’ve had. Last year’s KD 7 was premium as well, at least in my eyes, but this is the first to feature something new–we’ve never seen that specific Zoom unit before. Hopefully, it performs well and let’s hope that upper isn’t stiff.

Check out one of the grainiest images ever taken from an iPhone and share your thoughts below in the comment section.
Nike KD 8 'USA'




  1. Can’t see myself paying more than the $140 a XX9 elephant colorway goes for these days.

  2. These look good. I hope the Lebron 13 and Kobe 11 look this good to. I am excited about the articulated cushion and what seems to be a mesh upper.For the $170 price tag, Kyrie is the affordable one at NIKE now. PG13 still has rumors for his own shoe as well. Like I said I think the Hyperrev 2015 was suppose to be his sig shoe, but he got injured so they went with Kyrie. Think about. The first to color ways were his PE’s. He said he would want a low top with zoom, and that his shoe would drop early 2015.

  3. they running shoes? looks a lot like the asics high end running shoes. maybe they all use similar design and material?

    1. I think it’s the shaqnosis pump or runners but you never know.. Could also be some Answers or kamikazes and I noticed you like reebok

  4. I’m worried about the midsole… seeing that it’s a one piece extending from toe to heel, either the heel counter will be soft or the cushioning will be stiff, give or take…

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