Nike Kobe 4 (IV) Christmas Gifts
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 Cheap KD 9  is a significant silhouette in the Nike Kobe line because it was the first low-top sneaker in the Nike Kobe series and Nike hasn’t looked back ever since.Here are official images of the Nike Kobe 4 Black Mamba which comes dressed in a Dust/Dust colorway that is essentially a medium/dark grey. The Kobe 4 is the shoe that Kobe Bryant captured his fourth NBA title in and the first one without Shaquille O’Neal which was a huge accomplishment for the Black Mamba.Take a good look at the shoe above and remember that the Kobe 4 Black Mamba will release on March 30th for a retail price of $200. Make sure to visit our Nike Kobe Black Mamba Pack launch page for images and updates on every sneaker from this vast collection.
Latest Jordans 2017 has surfaced that may very well be a part of this FTB Collection is the Nike Zoom Kobe 4 that you see above. Looking at this Kobe 4 we can see that the shoe utilizes a tonal upper done in a few different shades of grey.Take a look at the first look at what may be the Nike Zoom Kobe 4 FTB above and let us know your first thoughts. The sneaker is expected to release on March 19th for $200.I think the middle shoes from the pack that will be dressed in light and dark tones of grey will be the best colorways out of the collection. I’m excited to see what the Kobe 9 will look like.As more and more colorways of past Nike Kobe models continue to surface the rumors of a Nike Kobe Fade To Black Pack continue to feel more and more realistic.
Jordans For Cheap wouldn’t be until 2008 that the low-top would make its return as a formidable on-court option, when Kobe Bryant and Nike designer Eric Avar changed the basketball sneaker game with the Zoom Kobe IV. A grand departure from his previous model, the Zoom Kobe III, the Kobe IV broke new ground in basketball shoe design, proving skeptics and non-believers wrong. The low-top basketball shoe didn’t snap your ankles, and it would be here to stay. This next installment in our look back at Kobe Bryant’s 20 Year Sneaker Legacy is the most impactful chapter of his footwear legacy of all: the rise of the low-top.