February 10, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 0
One of the coolest features of the Nike Zoom Kobe VI is how its Flywire-embedded TPU upper can easily accommodate some pretty complex graphics. We’ve seen everything from the obvious reptilian nods to Los Angeles skylines and 3-D special effects and now there’s a new feature for you to choose in constructing a 1 of 1 on NIKEiD. The ZK6 iD color fade lets you blend contrasting tones from top to bottom so they meet in a gradient on a line with roughly the same trajectory as the side panel Swooshes’ upper boundary. With increasing complexity in iD personalization and the versatility of materials like this one and Hyperfuse, will we see things like user-uploaded images covering the body of basketball sneakers soon? It’s clear Nike is pushing the limits so click through to see the latest Zoom Kobe VI iD options and let us know how they compare to the retail releases.
According to NikeBasketball, the color fade option will be available for a 24 hour period beginning tonight.
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