We know very little about the impending release of the Kyrie 4, but thanks to a leaked pic by J23, we've been given an early peep. It's got a generous, curved midsole (helping you fly like Kyrie) and a translucent outsole that bites sharply into the lightweight woven upper. This jagged sole unit is a major throwback to the Kyrie 1.
Despite Kyrie playing in several strapped-up hybrids lately, this model ditches the foot strap and instead opts for a full Flywire lacing system. We'll have to wait for Nike's official unveiling of the Kyrie 4 before we'll be able to determine whether they've added any new tech to this shoe.
This early colourway of one of the first Kyrie 4s is being called the 'Multicolour' (no prizes for guessing where that name came from). Here, pretty much every colour of the rainbow can be found in its most arresting neon hue. Scribbled messages cover nearly half the upper, perhaps a nod to the tributes Kyrie's been known to sketch on his soles pre-game.
It's no sight for sore eyes, that's for sure. This over-the-top 'Multicolour' has us feeling like we've been trapped under the lights of an 80s disco and left with no escape route. However, we can rest easy knowing that, in time, there'll be further colourways to come.
Nike are yet to release a drop date for the model: we'll be sure to keep you updated as more news comes in.