Nike KD 1
Originally released in 2009, the KD 1 was Kevin Durant's first signature with Nike. It was a General Release to the public and could be bought at stores like Foot Locker and Champs. It also could be purchased online at Nike Store and Eastbay. A multitude of colors were released. A couple of them are on the slideshow below.
NIke KD II
Kevin Durant's second signature sneaker with Nike, the KD II was a turning point for the young forward, both as a player and an endorser. The forefoot Zoom Air-cushioned sneaker helped propel Durant to this first NBA scoring title, All-Star selection and first playoffs on the Thunder. During Durant's breakout year, the KD II received high praise for its performance and style characteristics, as well as its affordable $88 price tag.It has the same outsole as the KD 1.
nike KD III
Kevin Durant's signature line continued with the Nike Zoom KD3. Like the Nike KD II, this sneaker features a forefoot Zoom Air cushioning system and a lower cut than traditional silhouettes. Flywire is used on the forefoot upper and styling details include buttons on the heel designed to be those of the PS3. Leo Chang helped design this model for Durant, which was debuted in the fall of 2010.
NIke KD IV
The Nike Zoom KD IV is the fourth shoe in the Kevin Durant's signature line by Nike. With this shoe, it has been long overdue for Kevin Durant to get some "off-the-court" colorways with his shoes. With colorways such as the Nerf's, Weatherman's, and Year of the Dragon's, this shoe model is not one to disappoint for performance or becoming a collector's item. Also in comparison with the other Nike signature lines, these have the most affordable prices at $95.
NIke KD V
Kevin Durant's 5th shoe from his signature line. Originally released in December 2012, the KD V features an extended higher collar compared to the KD IV, providing more ankle support. With a Max Air bubble in the heel and Nike Zoom in the forefoot, this shoe provides a lot of comfort. The rubber outsole features details that are not easy to spot. The details include spots for his
- Grandmother, Parents and Brother
- Austin, Texas, Seattle, Washington, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Maryland
- Number 35
- 1st, 2nd, and 3rd NBA Scoring Titles