words // Zac Dubasik

No sooner was the Nike KD7 unveiled than it was made available to customize on NIKEiD. And don't worry, you can do it in Thunder colors, as well as Yeezy colors (and considering it has a mesh upper, strap and molded heel, we have a feeling this may be a popular choice). Some of the additional options include a firewords graphic on the Hyperposite heel, and a camo-pattern outsole. To create your own pair, it'll set you back $195, and you can get started right away.