The Nike Kyrie 1 Low Hits NIKEiD

Uncle Drew lets you make your own mix.

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After Kyrie Irving shared the upcoming Nike Kyrie 4 “Cereal” Pack, the Swoosh has initiated his first low cut model into the NIKEiD roster. After we saw a first look at the sneaker back in June, you can now customize the model to your own liking. Some of the options include changing the colors on its upper, strap, midsole and outsole. You can also add your own twist to the logos found on the tongues, lateral and medial sides.

Retailing for $135, you’ll also be able to add custom ID options to its translucent sole and behind the tongue. Take a look at the possible options above and let us know if you plan on cooking up your own pair. Fans of the sneaker can also take a look at its inaugural colorway.

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