April 12th, 2017

Nike Basketball Flip The Switch Collection

Cordell @PoundSignDead


Who’s ready for the NBA Playoffs? I’m not, my team the Dallas Mavericks had a horrible season but look promising for the future. Anyway, with the NBA regular season coming to an end, the folks over at the Swoosh have some big plans. Taking to their signature line athletes we are officially introduced to the upcoming Nike Basketball Flip The Switch Collection. Looking to to spotlight the electricity and excitement surround the NBA Playoffs, the Nike LeBron 14, KD 9 Elite, Kyrie 3 and PG1 are decked out in new colorways.

The PG1 ‘Flip the Switch’ is an early fan favorite if you ask me. Check out the official unveiling below.

As the energy for the playoffs builds, Nike Basketball’s Flip the Switch collection spotlights the postseason’s electricity with unique fade patterns and broken Swoosh logos. The four signature shoes for LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Paul George are given common textural elements, but also carry unique traits connected to each respective athlete’s charge to the championship.



Built for James’s explosive style of play, the LEBRON 14 features a white and black upper with articulated Zoom Air — the ultimate cushioning system for the four-time MVP and three-time champion.



Kevin Durant hopes to bring the golden trophy back to the Golden State, and his KD9 Elite features a melange grey Flyknit upper with a midsole gold fade running above the full-length Zoom Air unit.



In Game 7 of last year’s Finals, Irving’s heroic three-pointer sealed Cleveland’s first title. The prolific point guard is equally energized for this year’s postseason run with a dark grey KYRIE 3 that features a multicolor blue and purple outsole with highlighted traction pods.



Since debuting in January, the PG1 has created buzz both on and off the court. George’s dark grey PG1 is set off with a bright forefoot strap and midsole fading.

The four-shoe Flip the Switch Collection is available globally May 5 on and at select retailers.

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