The superstar of the Brooklyn Nets chose to lower his new shoes to a mid-range silhouette and use a two-layer upper, which is characterized by a synthetic lining and abstract overlapping patterns. Although it may have a similar cushioning function, the design of the KD 14 is quite different from its predecessor. Although the belt is a large part of KD 7 and KD 4 before, it runs counter to the texture with wings. Its white and open center design only promotes this connection. Then, black Swooshes are dotted on the top of the headband, floating above the upper, and the light pink base of the upper is covered with a veil that is partly transparent and partly black. The “KD” trademark ends on the tongue, the counter rippling in the thicker ballistic net, and blue and gold accents mark the tools.