The court-ready sneakers make use of the KD 14 silhouette as the canvas and the Kyrie 1 “Dream” for style inspiration — the first-ever installment that Uncle Drew launched with the Nike imprint on Christmas Eve back in 2014. The black and red color coordination from this iteration is translated onto this modernized take, the former of which covers the a majority of the base’s exterior graphics, Swooshes and laces while the latter bleeds onto the straps, KD branding on the tongues and the medial side’s forefoot checks. Multi-colored geometric patterns from Irving’s aforementioned pair are copied and pasted onto the underlays and tongues to spruce the KD 14 with a playful aesthetic. The Air Zoom Strobel midsoles are given a black background and contrasted with a yellow bar that’s seated at the middle. Outsoles round everything together with a bold red hue.