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KD VI iD Basketball Shoe TURN HEADS THIS SEASON To meet the demands of KD's ever-changing game, the KD VI iD Basketball Shoe was built with a new Nike Zoom unit, a more supportive upper and a lower-cut silhouette for better flex through the ankleresulting in his lightest shoe to date. With NIKEiD, you can customize the KD VI with a breadth of energetic colors, glow-in-the-dark features, a speckled midsole and an outsole to match your playing surface. Represent with Color Choose from a wide range of colors to stand out on the court. Select two different colors for the upper and another for the midsole for an interesting color-block look, or keep it traditional with a single color throughout. Make It Glow Select a glow-in-the-dark outsole, Nike Air bag, logo and lace to turn heads during night games. Fine the Traction If you're an indoor player, choose the solid or translucent rubber outsole for better gym-floor traction. If you spend most of your time on the blacktop, opt for the XDR (extra-durable rubber) outsole, designed specifically for outdoor play. Add Paint Speckles Add a paint-speckle design to the midsole in the colors of your choice. Ultra-Light Support The shoe's two-layer upper is ultra-thin and features Flywire technologysuper-light, super-strong nylon cables that support the foot by encasing it in a secure hug. High-wrapped rubber at the outsole adds stability and support during quick cuts. Versatile Cushioning The KD VI has a visible Nike Zoom unit in the heel for lightweight, low-profile and responsive cushioning, plus a Max Air unit for maximum impact protection on hard landings. Together with a Phylon midsole, they provide versatile cushioning for every position on the court. Enhanced Flex The collar of the KD VI is lower than that of its predecessor, allowing more flexibility through the ankle.