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Nike Kyrie 6: Your first look and release date



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The sneaker inspired by Kyrie Irving is back and better than ever.

The Nike Kyrie 6 has just been unveiled. We've only ever seen little snippets of this pair of kicks, so we are glad that we finally get to witness the official reveal. This isn't the first time the American basketball player Kyrie Irving has inspired a pair of sneakers. We were obsessed with the Spongebob Squarepants collection – and it sold out fast. So, we're expecting nothing less from the Nike Kyrie 6.

What is it? Nike Kyrie 6

Release date: 22 November. This is a US release date, but it shouldn't take long for the style to reach Aussie stores. The Kyrie VI is now available in Australia.

Where to shop: Nike. There's no guarantee but we're hoping you'll be able to purchase the sneakers from stockists like JD Sports and Platypus Shoes.

Is the silhouette any different to the previous Kyrie models? Yes, in a way. The shape and placement of accents are pretty similar. However, unique embroidery replaces the signature Nike swoosh, acting as the main bit of branding on the shoe. There's some separation between the construction of the shoe and toe box – it's definitely a lot more pronounced than other models.

The tongue is also branded, and we absolutely love the tight knit mesh panel, the smooth leather and ribbed moulds. The colourway is black and white, making it an absolute essential in your collection.

Head on over to see our dedicated Nike hub. It's got everything from deals, release dates and the best retailers to shop.



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Keen for more sneaker news? Here at Finder, we've got you covered. You need to check out the Star Wars x adidas basketball collection. Or if you're obsessed with all things Nike, head on over to see the Air Jordan 1 Shattered Blackboard kicks and the Jordan Fearless Ones collection.

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