December 7, 2011 BY John Kim / 14
Today is the unofficial Kobe day here at Sneaker News, and we’re you bringing a load of up-to-date info on the Nike Zoom Kobe VII. One of the more exciting features of the sneaker from a tech aspect is the interchangeability provided by the higher end System Supreme version. Drawing on the successes of the swappable insoles from the Air Jordan 2011, the sneaker sets up the ‘Attack Fast’ and ‘Attack Strong’ system catering to two different play styles. This is achieved through front to back Zoom unit coverage in the Fast version and a Cushlon midsole and extra ankle padding in the Strong version. Follow us after the jump for a more nuanced look at the differences between the two and let us know if you’ll be springing the extra cash for the upgrade.
i like the play fast version midsole. not feeling the sockliner..i prefer the zoom air at this point and i like the looks of the the reg tongure look..not thrilled with this cw being $180 but whatever..it is a gr and i get a disc. like del sol over concord for first time. the black scales just pop to me for some reason over the white flywire...
bit late sn. Found this all out myself before you posted it because I got sick of all those info devoid news posts sbout the shoe you were spamming,better luck next time.
I'm more interested in these than I was before but I'm still more comfortable with Lebrons at the moment. I wanna try the attack strongs though...Seems like some potential there.
deffinitely they outfitteed you with full effn mid soles not some bum ass add ons a full lengh air unit + zoom air in the forefoot n heel sorry this is just another reason Kobe will never be like Mike
Yea but on the 2011 have u taken out the insoles?? You can bend the shoe in half and put it your pocket so that's the shittiest shoe ever now this ZK7 is supportive even without the insoles in it
you get full midsoled with different cushioning and fitting systems with this you fucking goof, its an advance on the tech used in the 2011. and the "full length air" wasn't full length, nor was it as deep as a usual internal air sole unit, so that, my friend was a gimmick.