Hot off of the release of the “Confetti” Kyrie 4, Nike plans to drop this toned-down color way of Kyrie’s newest signature model. This iteration of the Kyrie 4, nicknamed the “Ankletaker”, also features different materials compared to the first release, such as a synthetic suede upper.
The Kyrie 4 also provides a lot of new tech that had previously been declined in other Kyrie’s other signature models, such as full length Zoom Air. Cushioning was a constant issue with the entire Kyrie line, obviously substituting impact protection for court feel. For those who prefer this incredible court feel (enter Mr. Kyrie Irving), this previous design was a match made in heaven. For the rest of us who prefer decent cushioning and impact protection, yet still want to experience some sort of court feel, the new Kyrie 4 should be a pretty fun and comfortable set up. The front portion of the shoe is equipped with engineered mesh that is sure to provide breathability and comfort.
The Nike Kyrie 4 “Ankletaker” is now available for $120.00 USD at most Nike retailers. These are sure to be easily available but don’t sleep for too long, as calmer colorways have sold out on rare occasion. Stay tuned for further Kyrie 4 release information.