Looks like the team over at Fastpass is at it again, and this time, the saw was taken to the Nike KD Trey 5 V
The takedown model draws some inspiration from the KD 10’s lacing system and forefoot flex groove, but apart from that, everything is different — for better or worse. Also, the tooling is almost identical to that of the Nike Zoom Live, with some very minute changes. (You can find more information regarding the KD Trey 5 V here.)
The KD Trey 5 V has a pretty small Zoom unit in the forefoot that is bottom-loaded. Like most of the takedown models from Nike, there is nothing in the heel, so nothing out of the ordinary there.
What is interesting to note is the thickness of the Zoom unit, however. The KD Trey 5V’s Zoom unit is 7.11mm thick and 35.28mm wide. Compare that to the Nike Zoom Shoes Live’s 8.18mm and 39.89mm, and you can see that the KD Trey has a little less bang for the buck.
There’s no word on price or when these are set to release Stateside but after seeing these deconstructed, are you going to cop or drop? See anything interesting that caught your eye? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.
As always, keep it locked to kd10sale.com for any upcoming news and reviews on the KD Trey 5 V.