The Nike KD 8 Elite has just been unveiled and yet we getting some what will the KD 9 look like. Still sporting a low-cut profile, Flyknit upper takes up the forefoot area in a honeycomb-like pattern for structure. For those who are not comfortable in lows should take note that the highest eyestay will probably secure your foot inside the shoe when the laces are tied properly up there minimizing the chances of injury. They are also bringing back the full-length Zoom Air for a low-to-ground and responsive ride. They also revamped the traction pattern which has now more a hexagonal pattern. However, the flex grooves in the forefoot will be back to ensure a fluid transition. The Nike KD 9 drops globally on June 20, 2016 for $150.