Essentially deriving from the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, the low-top basketball sneaker flaunts an understated Black/Classic Charcoal hue for the majority of its streamlined Hyperposite upper.
The Rose Gold theme is encapsulated via its large Swoosh along the forefoot and rear, as well KD branding on the tongue tab with Metallic Red Bronze accents. Further detailed with a Bright Crimson hue on the tongue and inner portion of the perforations across the silhouette’s vamp and rear, a Nike Zoom Air midsole in its respective hue rounds out the model’s overall build.
Finished off with a translucent outsole and Air bubble unit in the heel — the Nike KD 7 Elite “Rose Gold” is expected to arrive at select Nike retailers on June 5th for $200, alongside complimentary apparel.
Aside from the EYBL edition, I’m a fan of this colorway for the KD 7 Elite. If this is actually the last rendition of the KD 7 Elite, then I think it’s going out in a high note.