Nike Kobe A.D. (GS) Kobe Bryants Sneaker

Jordans 2017 is opening the New Year with a bang. Not only will we be getting a plethora of new Nike Kyrie 3 colorways and a detailed look at the LeBron 14, but Kobe Bryant's latest signature, the Nike Kobe AD, continues to put in work in a number of color options perfect for anyone on any team. That's where the Nike Kobe AD Chrome comes into play, a clean offering that utilizes a white on white engineered mesh upper with metallic silver accents on the Swoosh branding and unique heel construction for a premium appearance. The sneaker featured a Dynamic Flywire-infused mesh upper with a Lunarlon Foam midsole and an embedded Zoom Air Unit in the heel. The sneaker also featured Kobe's signature embroidered on the right heel tab, a DNA graphic embroidered on the left heel tab, and the shozoku logo embossed on the heel counters.
The New Jordans 2016 marks the next phase of Kobe Bryant's signature silhouettes, as Nike decided to skip out on the numbered installment to focus on what basketball will be like now that the Black Mamba has retired once and for all. The Kobe AD instead focuses on the competitive spirit and that Mamba DNA showcased through a unique DNA helix logo on the heel made of two red interwoven snakes. A natural motion inclined Zoom Air midsole unit adds comfort while touches of icy blue allows the Kobe AD to retain a clean aesthetic. With Kobe Bryant no longer leading his Nike signature sneaker line, Nike releases a DeMar DeRozan inspired colorway with the release of the Nike Kobe A.D. "University Red." Linking up with the Toronto Raptors uniform, the sneaker features a university red and total crimson upper with a white and black sole.
New Air Jordan Shoes, The Nike Kobe A.D. continues a legacy of lightweight, low-profile on-court footwear. Combining a Zoom Air unit in the heel, Lunarlon foam in the midsole and a minimal rubber outsole (with micro-tread traction), the shoe provides responsive, flexible cushioning and maximum court feel. A breathable mesh upper with incorporated Dynamic Flywire, ensures lock down for quick changes of direction toward the basket or to cover an opponent. Kobe left the game of basketball in typical mamba style; in his final NBA appearance, he had a very impressive 60 points memorable game. Kobe is the most lethal offensive player I have ever seen since Michael Jordan. There are players who have the physical tools but lack the necessary basketball IQ to take their game to a higher level. At 6″6, Kobe didn’t just rely on his physical abilities, but allowed his game to evolve as he got older. That’s what makes him so exceptional; I'm a Celtic's fan and I hated Kobe.
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