The next Kobe NXT 360, Kobe Bryant’s latest $200 basketball sneaker, will release in September — just in time for back to school.
Packed full of Nike’s latest top-tier technology to create a truly next-gen basketball experience, the Kobe NXT 360 features Flyknit 360 that completely wraps the foot in heat-treated knit. That Flyknit is very thin at certain sections but has proved durable. What isn’t durable is the thin translucent traction Nike has placed underfoot.
The Kobe NXT 360 uses a dual-density React and Lunarlon drop-in midsole for cushioning. It is lightweight and responsive, and once you take out that drop-in midsole the whole shoe can be folded up. You can learn more about all the technology in this shoe by checking out the Kobe NXT 360 deconstructed.
This latest Kobe NXT 360 ‘Black/Hyper Pink/White’ will feature bright yellow accents at the heel counters, a split Kobe logo on the right heel, and multiucolor knit from midfoot to heel. The drop-in midsoles appear to be debossed with Nike sundial branding.
According to US11, the Kobe NXT 360 ‘Black/Hyper Pink/White’ will release on September 1 for $200 at nike.com and select Nike retailers. Currently, three colorways of the Kobe NXT 360 are sitting on Nike’s website in full size runs.
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