Kyrie Irving’s collegiate career began at Duke University in 2010. During his time in college, Irving built special memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. While his year in college was stunted by a foot injury, the camaraderie and leadership lessons he gained in college stay with him in his professional career. The shoe’s blue-and-black color makeup is a tribute to his university's colors.
Tonal Black graces its Hyperfuse upper, tongue, laces, and rear portion of the midsole, while complementing shades of Lyon Blue are implemented onto the collar, jagged heel counter, inner lining and frontal portion of its sole unit. A white Nike swoosh is found on each side of the sneaker along with a white outsole. Irving's jersey number, "#2," is found at the back heel of each shoe, while his signature is found at the lining of the tongue.
Take a look at these Duke-themed kicks while the team takes on Robert Morris University tonight.