The Nike Kyrie 1 “All-Star” using New York City’s legendary City Hall Subway Station as its muse.
A city in constant motion, New York completed its legendary City Hall Subway Station in 1904. It was one of the world’s first subway systems known for its speed and efficiency traversing the boroughs. The subway station’s beauty turned heads with its unique tile design across strong, structured arches until its closure in 1945.
Kyrie Irving represents a new-age speed with an old-school flair to his game. Don’t blink because he’ll pass his opponents in a flash just like the “ghost” City Hall Subway Station. The City Hall Subway stop remains intact, but flies by in an instant outside the windows of the 6 Train.
This All-Star colorway of the Nike Kyrie 1 features a multicolor color scheme that we are seeing on all the upcoming Nike Basketball 2015 releases. The shoe is dressed in a Dark Grey upper with Black interior, 3M reflective detailing, iridescent accents sitting atop an icy translucent outsole.
Nike Kyrie 1 “All-Star”
February 14, 2015