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Nike Kobe 4 UNDFTD "LA Lakers"
The Undefeated x Nike Kobe IV Protro PE “LA Lakers” is a limited edition colorway of the collaboration between Undefeated and Nike on the Kobe IV Protro. Designed specifically for Los Angeles Lakers star Kyle Kuzma, Undefeated puts their spin on the classic Nike Kobe IV design, which dons the Lakers’ Court Purple and Forum Gold accents. Covering the upper is a Court Purple Flywire mid-panel base with a Forum Gold outlined black Swoosh on top. Shiny purple patent leather appears on the…
Nike Kobe AD Official Photos And Release Date | SneakerNews.com
Nike Basketball officially previewed the Nike Kobe AD featuring Zoom Air, Lunarlon foam, and Dynamic Flywire. Available November 21st for $160.
Nike Introduces All-New Kobe A.D. NXT With Unconventional Lacing
The Mamba may be retired, but that certainly isn't stopping Nike from continuing his sneaker lineage, here presenting the new Kobe A.D. NXT.
Nike Kobe 1 PROTRO 'Close Out' Shoes - Size 9.5
This limited edition Nike Kobe 1 Protro was inspired by Kobe Bryant’s late-game heroics in Game 4 of the 2006 NBA Playoffs versus the Phoenix Suns. The design is based off the PE colorway that Kobe wore during that performance when he scored the game-winner in overtime. Released in 2018, the Kobe 1 Protro “Final Seconds” features white leather with purple and yellow accents as an homage to the Los Angeles Lakers colors.
The Legacy of the Nike Zoom Kobe 5 Continues in the NBA and WNBA | Nice Kicks
The Nike Zoom Kobe 5 Protro is your favorite hooper's favorite shoe. Learn more about the Kobe 5 and its return on Nice Kicks.
adidas Crazy 8 - Kobe Bryant 1998 NBA All-Star Game
The 1998 NBA All-Star Game at New York's Madison Square Garden saw Kobe Bryant, a non-starter in his sophomore year on the Lakers roster, emerge as the