In yet another interesting development in the Nike x Kobe Bryant saga, the landscape of the Nike Kobe signature series might be changing. With all the talk of retros abound involving Nike Basketball and the secrecy of the Nike Zoom Kobe IX, perhaps retro’ing the
Kobe Bryant‘s professional basketball career officially ended in April 2016…but the game is forever with the Mamba. And as both Kobe’s no. 8 and no. 24 go into the rafters in Staples Center Monday at halftime, we’re treated to a tip-off delight as the Swoosh
Though Kobe Bryant is no longer with Adidas, the silhouettes that were created with Adidas are still sought after today. As a christmas gift to all sneakerheads, Adidas will retro the Black Mamba’s first signature shoe, the Kobe 1 (now known as the Crazy 1).
It appears that today is in fact graduation day of sorts. We have completed the #KobeSystem. For the past seven days we have been under the tutelage of one Kobe Bryant…he’s taught us how to attack both fast and strong. He’s taught us to adapt
It is that time of year again…another 364 days has come and gone and the annual tradition continues on. Reconnecting with our brain trust we spent time sorting through the absolute insane slate of releases throughout the last 12 months across all brands and devised
Since showing up on the Drew League circuit both on the feet of DeMar DeRozan and Kobe Bryant himself…the latest iteration of the Nike Kobe A.D. is upon us. Now in its fifth iteration in just under two years…this A.D. will release Friday; 8.24 also
Kobe Bryant has become even bigger post his illustrious basketball career, if you can believe that or not. But look at the empire that is Kobe Bryant…there’s Kobe, Inc., there is his Oscar Award winning short-film; Dear Basketball, there’s Detail available on ESPN+ and his partnership