Nike Zoom KD III LS – “Scoring Title” Home PE

By - July 15th, 2011

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We told you in a previous post about Kevin Durant’s tour of China as he launched his signature shoe there. That shoe, the Nike Zoom KD III LS, is for now a Chinese exclusive, though there are plenty of fans who are hoping for an eventual stateside release. In the meantime, those patiently waiting can check out these new detailed images that have since surfaced, courtesy of Kicks-Crew. Created as a celebration of Durant’s second straight NBA scoring title, the shoe features the colors of the Oklahoma Thunder home uniform, as well as a number of discreet symbols specific to the player himself: the maze-like lines on the sides of the shoe that spell out some of his past accomplishments, as well as the PlayStation buttons on the heel. Available in limited sizes at Kicks-Crew.

Nike Zoom KD III LS
Style: 503158-100
Color: White/Team Orange-Photo Blue

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2 comments
Jon L
Jon L

Wow these shoes are amazing

Stan Park
Stan Park

As ridiculous as this may sound, Kevin Durant will be a bigger superstar than Derrick Rose because he is with Nike and not adidas. Nike is #1 when it comes to the caliber of players they contract for a reason...because they get it RIGHT. Adidas simply does not have the designers to create kicks that appeal nearly as much to the naked eye as Nike's basketball shoes do. Granted, they have their own impressive technological innovations such as Pure Motion and even pioneered form-fitting inners with Feet You Wear back in the day, but we live in a society where visual stimulation is everything. This colorway of the Nike Zoom KD III is simply SICK. From the maze print to the combination of light colors to the always sexy translucent outsole, there's really not much bad you can say about these kicks. Nike does a brilliant job marketing not only their products, but their athletes, like what we saw them do with Twitter and Facebook during the NBA Playoffs. KD will most likely be the 2011-2012 NBA MVP. Let's just hope we have a full season to watch him earn that accolade.