Nike Kyrie 8
in Basketball Shoe
Based on 31 reviews
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- Great for traction; only issue is break in time
- Upper is Leno weave and exoskeleton; will not be as breathable as the 36s
- Kyrie 6 - solid shoe but heavy and very tight
- Curry 8 - surprisingly bouncy shoe but horrible traction on dust
- Mb.01 - not very durable and will fall apart on you
A bit in the middle of the patter, and mostly on the outside of the latter. If you have a shoe rotation, you will probably not encounter this issue until maybe a year later. Overall, I love the Nike Kyrie 8. They are the most comfortable and functional Kyrie model for me.
10 months ago
Now we have only seem forefoot Zoom strobel in the GT Run and Kyrie 8s and those have both been much thicker Zoom units than full length Zoom strobel. The bottom loaded Zoom unit looks the be setup just like the 36s. There does seem to be a hump for the Zoom unit in the traction of the shoe for the Zoom unit to protrude from, which is very similar to the 36's setup. The question though is how thick is the Zoom strobel?
1 year ago
For a guard
Mb.01 - not very durable and will fall apart on you. Kyrie 8 - very good all around shoe and low to the ground. Kd 15 - I'm not gonna list what is good about this shoe because everything is good. Idk why I wasted my time writing out these descriptions, just buy the kd 15.
1 year ago
Thoughts on the kd 15 for outdoors? And is it worth it to spend $130 on them if i strictly use it for outdoors?
I would try to cop kd14s instead. You can buy 2 pairs at vnds for 140-160.
If you want new, you should buy from Nike.com
The precision 5 is at 50, freak 3s at 65 and Kyrie 8 at 80.
1 year ago
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