Nike Go 90s on Kevin Durant’s 12th Signature Sneaker
Growing up in the golden era that was the 1990s was something else. Walkmans turned to Discmans, The Fresh Prince popularized Air Jordans for off the court wear, and Mike was making a meal of other teams on the hardwood. 90s hoops were truly wild— from the on-court moments, out-of-this-world sneaker designs and larger-than-life players that elevated the game to the films, artists and music, hoops forged its own path into popular culture But besides the incredible era in sports, one thing that still shines through from the decade is its wild color mashups, splatters, and prints.
Bron in ’88, Kevin Durant lived the best years of his childhood right in the thick of it all.
To celebrate the launch of his 12th signature sneaker, Nike is getting nostalgic with the debut of the Nike KD 12. “90s Kid.” Drawing inspiration from the Nike Air Command Force — notoriously known as Billy Hoyle’s sneaker of choice in 1992’s White Men Can’t Jump — “The 90’s Kid” celebrates the flare and statement of the decade with Nike’s latest performance innovation to intertwine the past, present, and future of the game.
Grab an official look at the Nike KD 12 “The 90s Kid” below, which is scheduled to release on May 3rd at select retailers and directly from Nike.com for $150.
Nike KD 12 “The 90s Kid”
Style Code: AR4229-900
Release Date: May 3rd, 2019
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