, Kyrie Irving has just revealed the Nike Kyrie 3 Bruce Lee in collaboration with Kobe Bryant. This Nike Kyrie 3 is inspired by the Nike Kobe 5 Bruce Lee that released back in 2009. Kyrie also reflects on the time he first wore the Kobe V Bruce Lee during a Nike tournament and instantly fell in love with the shoe. The Nike Kyrie 3 "Bruce Lee" features a yellow and black upper with a chinese lettering along the outer side panel. Red accents are seen on the sneaker, highlighting scratch marks on the toe box that were inspired from a late fight scene in Lee's film, "Enter the Dragon."New Jordans 2016
, Nike Basketball has officially unveiled the Nike Kyrie 3 Mamba Mentality aka Bruce Lee Kyrie 3s that's scheduled to release on September 15th. Irving is intimately aware of this connection, and first expressed it when he was 17 while playing in the Nike Extravaganza in California. He channeled his inner mamba by wearing a special Kobe 5 that was inspired by the late martial artist, actor and philosopher, Lee. Now 25, Irving commemorates that moment and pays tribute to Byrant as mentor and friend with a special edition of the Nike Kyrie 3. He channeled his inner mamba by wearing a special Kobe 5 that was inspired by the late martial artist, actor and philosopher, Lee. Now 25, Irving commemorates that moment and pays tribute to Byrant as mentor and friend with a special edition of the Kyrie 3: the Nike Kyrie 3 Mamba Mentality.Cheap Jordans 2017
, The new Kyrie 3 Bruce Lee features the following elements that modernize the original Kobe 5, which remains one of Irving's all-time favorite shoes. The Yellow and Black contrasted upper pays tribute to Lee's trademark colors. Four Red slash marks connect to Lee. A snakeskin-inspired medial side represents the Black mamba, fading to Samurai on the lateral side for Kyrie – a metaphorical torch passing. The new Kyrobe logo fuses Bryant and Irving's Nike logos into one. Lastly, the Samurai textile print on the lateral side is similar to the pattern on the initial Kyrie 3 colorway worn by Irving in a big 2016 Christmas day win.