Nike Kobe 11 had a planned January, 2016 release initially. But there have been some rumors around that intensified this week stating that the release is pushed up. The Nike Kobe 11 GS is likely to be Kobe Bryant?s last signature model worn by the Black Mamba himself.
According to nicekicks.com, the Nike Kobe 11 GS made its way to the web last week. The men?s sizes are said to be coming up soon.? Like most performance basketball shoes, the midsole/outsoles are typically different for the men?s sizes. They will feature the full performance technology while the GS is designed for young athletes.
KD 8 Lifestyle ?Green Glow? is Nike?s another collection to Kevin Durant?s arsenal. Each pair of the new sneakers feature a metallic silver color fading to black and have a touch of KD branding on the tongue with black midsole and matching laces, supported by a glow-in-the-dark bottom outsole. The sneakers with artistic design and modern comfort get their inspiration from the Dunk and Jordan 1 sole.
On Thanksgiving this year, Nike and Kevin Durant have released a brand new colorway of the Nike KD 8 Lifestyle. It is a shoe that can easily be worn though it may not garner as much attention as Nike would have hoped for. It comes with Black and Metallic Silver on the upper in a gradient effect. The tongue, laces, midsole, inner liner, eyestay and heel tab are also done in Black. The highlight color of Green Glow makes its way onto the glow-in-the-dark outsole and the insole.
Last month, Nike released its woven Nike KD 8 EXT variant sneakers. The woven KD 8 EXT is a more improved and premium version of traditional basketball style. Its upper mesh is woven in all black. The black laces, flywire and midsole give it a sleeker look. This cool pair of sneakers is available for $200 across Nike retailers with the Durant? signature printed in contrasting red on the insoles.
On August 22, the KD 8 Lifestyle sneakers were released by Nike in stores across US.? ?While named for the Thunder Superstar, the Nike KD 8 Lifestyle doesn?t have much in common with his signature shoes, past or present. Instead the design effectively pairs a strapless, Swooshless Air Force 1 High upper with a Dunk sole unit, yielding an eerily familiar yet, at its heart, entirely new look,? Nikeblog stated.