Kevin Durant’s upcoming Nike KD Trey V 7 replaces its standard Zoom Air cushioning for Nike’s new Renew foam.
The Nike KD Trey V series has been a hit or miss performance wise. With many lower-tier signature models tip-toeing the line between affordability and performance, the KD Trey 5 series has usually leaned more towards the affordability side of things.
That could all change with the upcoming Nike KD Trey V 7 as the model will be ditching the tiny Zoom Air units that not many were able to feel and replaces it with Nike’s latest foam cushioning called “Renew.”
What is Renew? We couldn’t find much information about it other than small descriptive lines such as “Nike Renew technology delivers a soft, smooth and stable ride.”
It seems like it’s a derivative of Nike’s React cushioning, but made to be more widely available at lower price points. Whether or not it’s the same feeling as React has yet to be determined. Hopefully I’ll have the time to hunt down a pair of these so I can test them out for a review.
There was no release date or price information available, but we’ll keep you up to date as information becomes available. Let us know what you think about the Nike KD Trey V 7 and Nike’s new Renew foam cushioning.