Before his Hoop Dreams, Kevin Durant planned on pursuing a career in Meteorology. As soon as he was drafted to Seattle, KD’s plans changed immediately when he became the No. 2 overall pick in 2007. However, KD’s original plans seem to have followed the Nike KD VI with the latest “Meteorolgy” colorway. The shoe features a Stealth Black and Olive upper, displaying Doppler Radar Imagery in atomic red and 3M. Topographical maps and grid patterns are also displayed, that map KD’s Journey coordinating Austin, Texas, Oklahoma City to Washington DC. The KD VI Meteorology will arrive at Nike Basketball retailers on August 3rd, 2013.  You can also Buy Them Now







Although Kevin Durant dreamed of playing professional basketball as a kid, he had a fallback plan — pursuing a career in meteorology as a TV weatherman. Durant’s hoop dreams became reality when he was drafted by Seattle as the No. 2 overall pick in 2007, but his early fascination with the weather live on in the new KD VI Meteorology colorway.

The shoe features a stealth black-and-olive green upper, and comes alive with a doppler radar mapping graphic in atomic red and reflective detailing. Topographical map and grid patterns on the upper showcase locations connected to Durant’s journey, appearing as reflective longitudinal coordinates for Austin, Texas; Oklahoma City, Okla.; and Washington, D.C.

Built for Durant’s versatility, the KD VI allows him to play as quick as a guard yet as stable as a center. Inspired by the technical detailing of a precision wristwatch, designer Leo Chang took this shoe to new places with a low and lightweight silhouette. It features Nike Flywire, Nike Zoom, Max Air and Hyperfuse construction.  

The KD VI Meteorology will be available globally beginning Aug. 3 at select retail locations and The Nike KD Elite Crew Socks matching the KD VI Meteorology shoe are now available at

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