Just like most Kobe Protros, this edition revives a colorway first worn by the Black Mamba itself at All Stars Weekend in 2011, but it’s constructed differently from the original model. It looks lower, sleeker and faster, and it’s equipped with a large, flexible Air Zoom Turbo unit for elite responsiveness. Reduced traction keeps the silhouette close to the ground and feels better on the pitch. Buy Kobe shoes at GOAT and flight club.
Nike Zoom Kobe 1 ‘All Star’
Nike Zoom Kobe 1 ‘All Star’ is a variation of the sneaker Kobe wore during the 2006 NBA All-Star Game, which made a return to retail in 2018, after a 12-year hiatus. The shoe features a white leather base, with black working the Swoosh, carbon fiber, toe cap, and a leather panel that wraps from the medial side to the heel. Red appears on the collar, stitching, midsole and shares the outsole with black, while the pair Bryant wore in the game featured blue instead of black throughout.
Kith x LeBron Performance 15 “Closing Ceremony”
The silhouette’s latest drop, the Kith x LeBron Performance 15 “Closing Ceremony” pays homage to the entire LeBron 15 silhouette. The sneaker features an upper with a black Battleknit upper and sock-like collar, as well as a adaptive lacing and a zipper along the throat for added security. A nod to LeBron’s “King James” moniker, this model is adorned with floral embroidery all around the sidewall.
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