Two New Colorways of the Crossover Culture Kayo LP 2 Have Released

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Crossover Culture is back at it yet again with some dope new releases. The new Kayo LP2 originally released in two Quickstrike colorways. Now two more colorway should of the new silhouette have launched in Eastbay.com. The first colorway is the clean Polar White colorway, the upper is a nice and simple white knit with some gold and black on the collar and heel. The midsole has a cool black and white marble color scheme and the outsole is a Gum colorway.

The second colorway is the Black Night colorway, which uses a black knit and has teal accents on the medial toe guard and a real tongue. The outsole additionally uses a semi-translucent cupsole and a full light blue tread, which also and creates a dope contrast to the black upper being used.

Both of these clean colorways are now available at Eastbay.com for $110.00.¬†Tech wise, these are bangers. A shark tooth inspired outsole starts these things off, and man, those look like they would grab the court. LP2 Is Crossover Culture’s newest foam compound that is claimed to be “high rebounding”. From our tests in the original LP foam, get stoked as those were also bangers. An updated wishbone suspension system is intact, while full grain leather overlays make up parts of the heel and forefoot mudguard to allow form more durability and containment, while additionally adding premium feeling to the shoe. Topping it off is a 3D-molded knit upper, strategically coated urethane.

You can now grab the Crossover Culture Kay Yo LP2 in two brand new colorways, exclusively at Eastbay.com, for $110. Keep it locked here for updates on the new brand to the block, Crossover Culture, and let us know what you think on these in the comments below.

 

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