Nike Kobe “Black Mamba” Pack: Continuing The Low-Cut Era

  • jordans 2018 faced off for one final match-up. If that’s not gripping enough for you to accept that the Black Mamba is indeed calling it a career in a few short weeks, we don’t know what else will. Today, we get a first look at three upcoming releases from the Kobe FTB Pack – the Zoom Kobe V, Zoom Kobe VII, and Zoom Kobe VII; all three are comparised of unique tonal colorways that mimic a gradient to black, and all are rumored to release beginning early April. Peep a first look here at these three key models below and stay tuned for more updates on the Fade To Black collection.Beginning in early December 2013, Nike Basketball opened the book to the Kobe Prelude Pack – an eight-part series that featured every Nike Kobe signature sneaker accentuated by gripping colorways inspired by a specific era of art.
    Nike Air Jordan 2017 was appointed a specific title that connected with a storyline that unfolded during the shoe’s original lifetime – the Kobe III and “Misery”, the Kobe V and “Finals MVP”, and so forth. Most, if not all, of the Kobe sneakers of the past already have their own specific label, and as we gear up for the launch of the ninth signature shoe, we’ve compiled a select group of the best Nike Kobe signatures – one from each model – that we are calling the “Masterpiece Collection”.With tomorrow marking the eighth and final chapter of the enthralling Nike Kobe Prelude Pack, Sneaker News is wondering what you,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.
    Cheap Adidas Yeezy Boost of the rarest Nike Kobe 6s to release was the extremely limited Nike Kobe 6 Vault Anniversary and the Nike Kobe 6 Grinch. Both pairs are complete opposite from each-other with the use of colors.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.