have it, the whole set of Nike Kobe “Prelude” retros. As mentioned before, the sneakers are each wrapped up in specific moments from Kobe Bryant’s career. What’s more, they each sport a pretty crazy colorway.After the break there are photos showing off the details from each of the shoes, so check those out and pray with us that the distribution on this exciting Nike Kobe “Prelude” retro set isn’t too terribly limited.Eric Avar’s Nike Zoom Kobe IV undeniably ushered in the mainstream low-cut basketball shoe era. It’s far from being the first ever to do it, but the Kobe signature line made it look good. Coming off his second straight NBA Championship and fifth overall, Kobe was thinking about nothing else but a threepeat, and the Kobe VI was going to take him there. The Black Mamba would never reach the Finals again, but over the course of the next three years, Nike outfitted him with three low-cut models pumped with technology and design, like the snakeskin-like TPU shell on the VI, the modular System on the VII, and Engineered Mesh on the 8.Nike Air Jordan 2017
of the Kobe Black Mamba Pack don’t arrive until April, so get a detailed look below.With tomorrow marking the eighth and final chapter of the enthralling Nike Kobe Prelude Pack, Sneaker News is wondering what you, our reader, thinks is the best of the bunch. Is it the first pair that kickstarted this set, the Nike Zoom Kobe 1, or is it either one of the two Finals MVP releases in the Kobe IV and V? Check out this look at the entire set all together at once and be sure to vote for your favorite Nike Kobe Prelude Release in anticipation of tomorrow’s closing ceremony as well as the looming release of the Kobe 9.You might be asking yourself why we’re ignoring the various stray Christmas shoes that also hit on that day like the Hyperdunks and others from Nike or the pairs of other brands that ended up on the hardwood. Consider this: Nike Basketball is in better shape than it’s ever been thanks to this trio of elite NBA players.If it’s not the best Christmas release, it’s certainly the most popular Nike Kobe release of all-time.Jordan Shoes 2017
was released on Christmas Day in 2010, which was when Kobe Bryant went up against the “Big 3” Miami Heat.While it’s known as “The Grinch” colorway that resembles the infamous Dr. Seuss character who tried to ruin the holiday. Nike officially dubbed these the “Green Mamba” inspired by the animal of the same name.Throughout the history of the NBA, no other ‘sneaker history’ is as eventful and engrossing as that of Kobe Bryant. Sure, MJ had the Air Jordan line and LeBron James is currently etching out his own legacy, but Kobe Bryant’s timeline of kicks goes up and down, left and right, covering two signature lines with two brands and a jaw-dropping load of Player Exclusives. Starting with his iconoclastic adidas The Kobe signature line, his stint rocking Nike Basketball and Air Jordan PEs, the relatively unknown period during which Kobe rocked Reebok PEs, and stopping at his current Nike Kobe 8 model, there’s a lot to talk about. This sick showcase of Kobe Bryant’s kicks covers a good portion of what’s been laid out, and what’s more impressive is that these shoes are not only game-worn, but also autographed.