Nike's Kyrie 4 Celebrates Chinese New Year With Asia Exclusive

Boasting striking red suede and floral embroidery.

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Nike’s ongoing Chinese New Year celebration will soon welcome a new member in the Kyrie 4 model. Kyrie Irving’s fourth signature sneaker with the Swoosh is off and running with a number of colorways having already launched, in addition to a selection of eye-catching player exclusives.

The model will soon help bring in the Chinese New Year (February 16) with a red-based suede and mesh upper. Additionally, the lateral embroidery sports traditional CNY flowers, such as peonies and blossoms, while its herringbone outsole mixes University Red and Team Red.

Currently, the Nike Kyrie 4 “Chinese New Year” is confirmed for a January 18 launch at select locations in Asia for approximately $120 USD. Stay tuned for more information regarding a stateside drop and let us know your thoughts on the commemorative colorway.

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