Nike's "Amarillo" Kyrie 1 Low Revamps a Familiar Colorway

A spiritual successor to the “Australia” Kyrie 2.

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Following Kyrie Irving‘s trio of cereal-inspired signature sneakers, Nike readies an iteration of the Kyrie 1 Low that may look familiar to fans of the silhouette. Dubbed “Amarillo,” the yellow- and black-centric colorway recalls the bright shades of 2016’s “Australia” Kyrie 2. A familiar black midsole, sockliner and strap detailing makes the connection valid, while a black Swoosh on the lateral side distinguishes the two models. A raised, diamond-like pattern on the heel and strap add texture, while a white Swoosh on the lateral side breaks up the tonal hues.

Look for Nike retailers to receive the “Amarillo” Kyrie 1 Low on August 15.

Recently, the Kyrie 1 Low became customizable on NIKEiD

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