Kyrie Irving's Fourth Signature Sneaker Officially Hits NIKEiD

Can you cook up a better PE than Kyrie?

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After its unveiling in mid-December, Nike’s Kyrie 4 has released in a small selection of iterations while Irving has added a few eye-catching PEs to the mix. Hot on the heels of its “Parquet Legends” drop, Nike Basketball has added Irving’s fourth signature model to the NIKEiD catalog. Its current customization options include changing the coloring on its upper, Swoosh, midsole, outsole and more. You can also personalize the shoe with a special jersey number or name of your choice.

The Nike Kyrie 4 is currently available for customization via NIKEiD for a retail price of $140 USD. Take a look above for some ideas and expect more options to roll out over time.

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