The Newest Kobe Bryant Shoes
It’s official. The newest Kobe Bryant shoes are set to release in another colorway of the Kobe VI. As we all know, a week can’t go by without one. And this just isn’t your average colorway. The latest and greatest of perhaps the most creative line of Nike shoes for basketball will be in 3D. You heard me correctly, three-dimensional shoes. And glasses are not required! Wow! If you think about it, it does truly make sense. Kobe, Los Angeles, Hollywood, movies, and 3D! A perfect combination for an epic signature sneaker.
This future release of the Kobe VI, titled “Lakers 3D” will not disappoint. The snakeskin upper of the Kobe VI will now take on a 3D-like scale. This works perfectly with the unique texture of the upper to make the shoe “come to life”. This visual effect is truly eye-catching. This shoe won’t be popping off your television screen in 3D, but it will be popping right off the court. This sneaker is done up in a the classic Laker colorway. White and grey provide the main colors of the shoe with accents of purple and gold used on parts of the outsole, heel counter, and the laces. Each shoe has it’s own lace color, one purple, one yellow. To finish off this soon to be masterpiece, a translucent forefoot outsole is used.
As usual, this new Kobe VI colorway is going to be released as a low-cut, high performance basketball shoe. For the last three years Kobe himself has insisted on wearing a low-cut shoe, something that most basketball players have refused to wear in the past for fear of ankle injury. In addition Kobe, unlike most players wearing signature sneakers, with their name on it, participates quite significantly in the creation process of his shoes. Being a fan of soccer, he wanted to be able to translate the high performance of a soccer shoe over to the basketball court in the form of a low-cut sneaker. As a result, with the help of Mr. Bryant, Nike and designer Eric Avar created the Nike Zoom Kobe IV in 2008 and the low cut basketball shoe has taken the sneaker world by storm.
It is ironic that, many of the same NBA players who refused to lace up a low-cut shoe have now been seen sporting these shoes in a variety of colorways and models in games on the hardwood. In fact, Kobe Bryant shoes and the man himself have started a trend that will probably continue for years to come. Low cut basketball shoes and the high performance and quality that is built into them are going to continue to be produced in large numbers.
In the meantime, be prepared to have your senses assaulted in full 3D effect by the newest Kobe Bryant basketball shoe. I can’t wait!