No, it’s not an all-white sneaker. Although this is (obviously) not an image of the actual Nike KD 9, this is a miniature figurine version of the shoe that gives us a good idea of what the shape of the shoe is going to look like.
This molded mini version of the Nike KD 9 was actually posted by Jordan Brand digital manager Danny Nunez. Nunez added in the caption of the image, #KD9, which leads us to believe that this will be KD’s next signature shoe. The 3D printed replica of the shoe appears to have a mid-top build along with a deep groove at the lateral forefoot just like we saw on the KD 8. One feature missing on the shoe that we’re used to seeing on some of the KD models is the removal of the strap we usually see on the upper. Usually KD’s signature models don’t release until late June or early July so we’re going to have wait and see what this miniature figure means for the future of the Nike KD 9.