It has been a busy start of 2018 for every sneakerhead, with the release of Russell Westbrook’s first signature shoe and much other news regarding the world of basketball shoes. And Nike Basketball adds some juice as for the Black History Month, the month of February that is being been dedicated to the achievement of the African-American community for decades, the Swoosh prepares to release a pair of Nike Kyrie 4 “BHM”.
Irving’s new sneaker, that debuted with its latest iteration a few weeks ago, will have white as main color, with prints of the “Equality” word all over the upper and a black Swoosh. The soleplate, that has the iconic zigzag pattern of the Irving 4, will have the colors of the Pan-American flag: red, black, and green. Waiting to see it at Boston point-guard’s feet, you should know that the Nike Kyrie 4 “BHM” dedicated to the Black History Month will release January 15.