Kevin Durant is already on his 5th Signature Nike Sneaker. The KD V is in Oklahoma City Thunder Away colors. The shoe is customizable at using Nike iD online. He also has his own backpack coming out in the New Year with Nike as well. The KD V is available online at Nike.com.
View the highlights of Kevin Durant’s new sneakers listed below from Nike.com:
Designed with new insights from Kevin Durant, the KD V Men’s Basketball Shoe meets the demands of every player on the court with a new cushioning system, a stripped-down, lightweight upper and added support. The outsole comes to life with signature details inspired by Durant’s family and accomplishments on the basketball court.
The low collar of the KD IV has been extended to a mid-adding support yet maintaining the flexibility of a low-cut shoe-making it versatile and powerful for every position on the court.
Unlike its predecessor, the KD V features visible Max Air cushioning in the heel for maximum impact protection and a smooth ride. In the forefoot, a Nike Zoom unit provides lightweight, low profile and responsive cushioning, while a Phylon midsole builds on the shoe’s comfort.
The tongue and stretch lacing system integrate with the upper for a locked-down fit that moves naturally with the foot. For total lockdown and support, the heel counter is fused to the midsole.
This shoe features Hyperfuse construction: three different layers of material fused together to create a nearly seamless one-piece upper. The result is zones of ventilation, durability and stability, right where you need them.
- Fewer layers of material for a better fit and feel
- Mesh panels for breathability
- Midfoot shank for stability and support
- Dynamic traction pattern for multidirectional movement
- Thin web rubber outsole for lightweight durability
- The initials WP to honor his parents, Wanda and Wayne Pratt
- The names Barbara and Tony to acknowledge his grandmother and brother
- Oklahoma, Seattle, Austin and Maryland area codes
- The nickname Big Chucky on the heel to remember his late childhood mentor and coach
- “Seat Pleasant’s finest” to remember the Maryland rec center he played in as a kid
- 30.1, 27.7 and 28.0 to celebrate his scoring titles