• Nike KD 6 Elite "Turbo Green"
  • Nike KD 6 Elite "Turbo Green"
  • Nike KD 6 Elite "Turbo Green"
  • Nike KD 6 Elite "Turbo Green"
  • Nike KD 6 Elite "Turbo Green"
  • Nike KD 6 Elite "Turbo Green"
  • Nike KD 6 Elite "Turbo Green"
  • Nike KD 6 Elite "Turbo Green"

Nike Debuts Latest KD 6 Elite Colorway

Kevin Durant’s reign in Oklahoma City often leads to many people forgetting about his year in the league as a member of the Seattle Supersonics. Durant finished that year averaging 20.3 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 2.4 assists making him the 2007-08 Rookie of the Year, despite the Sonics finishing with brutal 20-62 record. His seamless leap from college to the pros and uncanny scoring talent has made launched Durant’s signature shoe line with Nike, made him a perennial All-Star and is currently the likely favorite to win the 2013-2014 MVP Award.

Today, we get a look at what could of been a daily sneaker in the rotation for Durant if the Sonics had never moved to Oklahoma City. The Nike KD 6 Elite “Turbo Green” features a bold green upper, red Nike swoosh and is accented with orange, pink and a secondary shade of green throughout the sneaker. The Elite version of the KD 6 features premium materials including Flywire, and a full-length Air Max midsole/outsole combination, which will jack up the price tag from the usual KD 6 model.

No release date has been confirmed as of yet but stay tuned to Sneaker Report for the latest updates and pricing on these KD’s.

[Sneaker News]

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  • Nene33

    I like the regular KD VI much better, these seem forced, without much thought put in, how the shoe needs to work(the Zoom Max isn’t really suitable for a Low, the Engineered Mesh is so backed(inside skeleton), you probably should’ve chosen another uppers, to provide better coverage, and a smoother look) .

    Also since KD started his career demanding an affordable shoe, I really don’t feel good about putting his shoes in the $ 200 price-range.