Nike Zoom Kobe VI ‘3-D’

January 15, 2011 BY / 0

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We’ve already had a few looks at Kobe’s 2011 All-Star shoe, but with this year’s All-Star Weekend festivities taking place in the Black Mamba’s hometown, it appears that Nike will be dropping a special Kobe pack to celebrate the glitz and glamour of LA. Here we get our first view of a new Zoom Kobe VI that will be part of the aforementioned pack, expected to hit retail around All-Star Weekend. This crazy new version of the ZK6 is an obvious nod to the movie biz leg of the LA landscape, and what’s more Hollywood right now than 3-D? The shoe features a clever design created to appear as if you’re viewing the shoe without your 3-D glasses on, providing a cool out-of-focus look with staggered red and blue scale dots and alternating Swoosh, tongue logo and heel cap coloring as an added touch of 3-D flavor. The cherry on top comes by way of the 3-D glasses graphic that appears inside the tongue to bring the whole concept together. Keep reading for more pics and stay tuned for more on the Zoom Kobe VI ‘3-D’ and the rest of the Kobe All-Star Pack coming soon. via marqueesole.

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