If you watched the Eastern Conference Finals alongside the millions who tuned in over the last few weeks, one thing –not in relation to LeBron James — was crystal clear: not much will stand in the way of a healthy Boston Celtics team next year. One quarter away from the NBA Finals with both Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving sidelined with injuries, youthful stars like Jayson Tatum dominated under the league’s biggest spotlight.
Tatum, too, made his claim for Rookie of the Year in the Nike Kyrie 4. And, in the pivotal Game 7, Jayson made both a stylish and gender neutral statement with the “Power is Female” Kyrie 4.
Lightly hued in an aqua shade, “Power is Female” and “We Are A New Generation” come written across the quarter paneling for a vibrant jolt of empowerment. White and orange outsole tooling act as teeth sharking its way up the speckled midsole.
Kyrie Irving’s Nike Kyrie 4 “Power is Female” is set to release June 15.
Nike Kyrie 4 “Power is Female”
Colorway: Light Aqua/Neo Turquoise
Style #: 943806-402
Release Date: June 15, 2018
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