Kevin Durant's 12th signature sneaker with Nike, the KD 12, first surfaced earlier this week in a black and white colorway, bearing a powerful resemblance to Nike's laceless Adapt BB sneaker.
Today, the KD 12 popped up once more, this time sporting a way more colourful design with hits of neon inexperienced and a nerf-style graphic across the heel.
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The Nike KD 12 seems to be a fully revamped look to Durant's signature line, particularly when in comparison with the flyknit/flyweave building of the KD 11, KD 10, KD 9 and KD eight. Not to say, the minimize of the KD 12 is significantly greater than his latest run of low-top silhouettes.
The one fixed between the black/white KD 12 and this multi-color joint is the clear, translucent TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) that wraps across the midsole.
Nike has not but introduced launch particulars and specs for the KD 12, however WearTesters studies the kicks will make their retail debut on April 7 for the retail value of $150.