Is this the comeback year for Nike Basketball Signature Athletes shoes? So far, feedback has been more positive than negative.
Just recently, Nike Basketball unveiled Paul George’s first signature shoe, the Nike PG 1. By doing so, he became Nike Basketball’s 21st signature athlete in 44 years.
On Christmas Day, we were introduced to LeBron James’ 14th signature shoe, the Nike LeBron 14. Which many of us would agree that its an upgrade from his previous model.
Then, you have his teammate Kyrie Irving, whom recently received the Nike Kyrie 3. With only a few releases so far, things are looking on the upside for his third signature shoe.
Kobe Bryant’s first post-retirement signature silhouette, the Nike Kobe AD, continued his legacy of lightweight, low-profile on-court footwear.
While we wait to see what’s next for Kevin Durant, his current Nike KD 9 wasn’t a terrible model. Therefore, we have high hopes for the Nike KD 10.