There is no doubt that Kyrie Irving has one of the best sneaker lines out of anyone in the NBA right now. His first release: the Kyrie 1s, were both stylish, and comfortable. They were also really great basketball shoes. Although the shoes were very widely released, they sold so many of them they had to restock at least five times. The shoes were so enjoyed, that Kyrie released four more collections of them. The Kyrie 2 was Irving’s best selling model, and most stylish in my opinion. It was a high top sneaker with a velcro strap near the toe area. This shoe was also featured in a Doernbecher collection in 2016. Kyrie also had many rare sneakers as well. The “What The” Kyrie 3 wasn’t even released in America until a while ago, and was very sought after. The shoe went for upwards of $500. Not many NBA players sneakers go for that much, aside from Kobe, Jordan, and LeBron obviously.
The Kyrie 4 is his latest sneaker, and there is a new pack coming later this month. The Kyrie 4 “Decades” pack should release towards the end of August. It will feature three colorways, the 70’s, the 80’s, and the 90’s. Many of Kyries previous collections have featured designs from his childhood. One would be his “Cereal” collection. Although he wasn’t really alive during the 70’s and 80’s, we believe he is paying homage to Uncle Drew.
For now, the price for the pack is undetermined, but we will keep you updated. If you want more information go to sneakernews.com